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How to install J2ME

 
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To install JavaTM 2 Platform Micro Edition, Wireless Toolkit, I download "j2me_wireless_toolkit-1_0_4_01-bin-win.exe", and double click it. When choosing where to install it, I choose C:\j2sdk1.4.0 where I have installed J2SE 1.4.0. However, error messages "Could not find the main class" and "The directory that you have chosen does not include a Java 2 SE Virtual Machine" appear when after I click the "Next" button. Why? What can I do to solve the problem?
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Did you set the classpath in environment variables properly?
 
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I think I didn't set the class path properly. How should I set the class path?
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For Win2k or XP, You need to set it by right click My Computer > Property > Advanced > Environmental Variables.
You need to set the classpath of J2SE and J2ME properly in order to run the WTK.
 
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