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location class in netbeans ide

 
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Hii
I installed netbeans 4.0 along with netbeans mobility pack but the midlet is not able to detect import javax.microedition.location ��what should I do for netbeans to detect location class
 
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Originally posted by pallavi utukuri:
Hii
I installed netbeans 4.0 along with netbeans mobility pack but the midlet is not able to detect import javax.microedition.location ��what should I do for netbeans to detect location class



J2ME Wireless Toolkit 2.2 which is bundled as a default emulator with NetBeans 4.0 Mobility Pack doesn't implement such package. Is there any other emulator that supports it?
 
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i tried J2ME Wireless Toolkit 2.2 it does not suppert javax.location
 
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