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Encoding URL inside .JAD file???

 
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hi,
Can you guys please kindly teach me on how to encode a URL String(eg. MIDlet-Server-URL: http://123.123.123.1) into the MIDlet .JAD file so that my MIDlet can use the getAppProperty() to get the URL String value.
I heard about this once but I do not know how to add the value into my .JAD file and implement the getAppProperty() into my MIDlet source code.
Thanks alot.
Warmest regards,
Qingyan
 
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Hello Huang ,
I've just started using the Java 2 Platform Micro Edition Wireless Toolkit, and this allows you to add a URL to a .jad file. It's very straight forward, and the whole toolkit is very easy to use (I'm new to J2ME).
If you need anymore help, just ask!!
Angus
 
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Huang,
here's the necessary URL FOR THE TOOLKIT
Wireless toolkit
 
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Thank you for your kindest reply. I know how to deal with the problem. Once again, thanks alot.
 
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