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Hi all,
I am a SCJP. I am thinking of moving into J2ME. I have downloaded the wireless tool kit, and the Sun one studio. Is it possible use the Sun One studio to program. Just give me some tips please.
Thanks in advance
 
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If you downloaded the SunOne Studio (MicroEdition) then yes you can use that
to develop in. However all you need to develop for J2ME is an editor, which
SunOneStudio is, and the wireless toolkit, which you said you also picked up.

The Toolkit is where the real magic happens. J2ME is really nothing any more
special than using the midlet framework, and j2me api's to program with then
the wireless toolkit to build and package your project for deploying to a phone.

-sfitz
 
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You can also set up Eclipse to handle J2ME development.

It is really simple: remove the reference to the JRE in the Libraries tab of the Java BuildPath for your J2ME project and replace it with the midpapi.zip (from the WTK104/lib directory) or the midpapi10.jar/midpapi20.jar (from the WTK21/lib directory).

Then call up antenna tasks via ant and you are off!

Dave
 
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Hi all,
Thanks for the replies, I got my answer.
Thanks again....
 
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