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is Palm v series PDA Supports PIM optional package or not?

 
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Hi Mobile Experts,

is Palm v series PDA Supports PIM optional package or not? i am using Palm v. When i load the prc file (jad and jar compressed into prc) for using PIM application. some error "Class not support" and "Unable to load class" error occured. What i do? Give me suggestion.

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No, it does not support PIM OP. Although the PIM OP is originally proposed by Palm, they abandoned it about 3 years ago.
 
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Thanks Michael Yuan,

i hava one question. How to retrieve the address book of palm devices using our own midp midlet code. Is it possible?

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It is not possible with the standard MIDP on Palm.
 
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Thanks Michael Yuan,

In Your b4 reply You told midp not supported for retreiving address book of the palm devices.

Is any other possibilities are available to retreive?

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You can use Palm's native C API to do that. Or you can use one of the non-standard Java variations such as Waba. Or, you can use Visual Basic for Palm from CrossFire. Many possibilities.
 
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Thanx Michael,

i am developing application for PDA using midp. If i use the c native api or other methods (you already told) for retrieving palm address book. Is any possiblity to combine c native address book retrieval application and my midp application.

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HI MOBILE EXPERT,


IS WABA IS USING TO RETRIEVE THE ADDRESS BOOK OF PALM PDA. IF YES THEN HOW TO COMBINE WABA AND J2ME APPLICATIONS.

KINDLY SEND YOUR REPLY.
 
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