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AWT problems with AWTTable

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manenkov
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Hello all.

I trying to run AWTTable (AWT implementation of JTable functionality) bean wth Phoneme Adv, and its don`t work. I think the problem is in some not realized AWT functions in Phoneme . But i don`t know what exactly functions is not working. How I cen see the list of not implemented classes\functions in Phoneme?

Thanks,
Best regards,
Ilya M

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Can I use for building Phoneme a Netbeans6.0? (the Mobility Pack is already integrated)
This is enought or I also must compiling a C code (not only Java)?

best regards,
Ilya

Hinkmond Wong

phonemeadvanced@mobileandembedded.org wrote:
> Can I use for building Phoneme a Netbeans6.0? (the Mobility Pack is already integrated)
> This is enought or I also must compiling a C code (not only Java)?
>

Yes, NetBeans 6.0 should also work for your case. Try choosing "CDC
Personal Profile" as your project type.

Hinkmond

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Hinkmond Wong

phonemeadvanced@mobileandembedded.org wrote:
> Hello all.
>
> I trying to run AWTTable (AWT implementation of JTable functionality) bean wth Phoneme Adv, and its don`t work. I think the problem is in some not realized AWT functions in Phoneme . But i don`t know what exactly functions is not working. How I cen see the list of not implemented classes\functions in Phoneme?
>

Hi Ilya,

It's better if you tell us what error message you are seeing. If you
build with the CVM_DEBUG=true flag and then run, that should allow you
to copy and paste your error message to send to us so we can help you debug.

Thanks,

Hinkmond

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manenkov
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You speak about re-compiling the Phoneme?

Mayby, its better if I provide you a jar file (and sources) of simple app with table (only table)?

Best regards,
Ilya

Hinkmond Wong

phonemeadvanced@mobileandembedded.org wrote:
> You speak about re-compiling the Phoneme?
>
> Mayby, its better if I provide you a jar file (and sources) of simple app with table (only table)?

Hi Ilya,

That sounds good if the files are small. You can send them to this
forum for other phoneME developers to take a look and help also, since I
might not have time to help you directly.

Hinkmond

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manenkov
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How I can send files to forum? Or you mean a "copy-paste" code straight to message?

Can I download from somewhere a Phoneme build compiled with DEBUG option? I not so strength in C, and have some troubles with compiling Phoneme from sources...

best regards,
Ilya

Hinkmond Wong

phonemeadvanced@mobileandembedded.org wrote:
> How I can send files to forum? Or you mean a "copy-paste" code straight to message?

You're probably using the Web interface to the forum which means you
cannot send files as attachments.

Instead, I set up a place for you to add your files.

Go to this URL:

https://phoneme.dev.java.net/servlets/ProjectDocumentList?folderID=8611&...

Log-in using your java.net username/password.

Click on the "Add new file" blue link near the top. After you uploaded
your files, please send us the links to this forum.

> Can I download from somewhere a Phoneme build compiled with DEBUG option? I not so strength in C, and have some troubles with compiling Phoneme from sources...

Sorry, I don't know a place where you can download a phoneME Advanced
debug binary.

But, if you are using Windows/x86, you might want to try the NetBeans
Mobility Pack for CDC 5.5.1

For installation instructions:
http://www.netbeans.org/community/releases/55/1/mobilitycdc-install.html

Hinkmond

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manenkov
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I go to the URL you provided, have logined with my login/pwd, but I don`t see a link "Add new file". I check the HTML source of this page and don`t found this text ("Add new file", even just "Add"). Maybe I don`t nave rights for adding files?

Best regards,
Ilya

Hinkmond Wong

phonemeadvanced@mobileandembedded.org wrote:
> I go to the URL you provided, have logined with my login/pwd, but I don`t see a link "Add new file". I check the HTML source of this page and don`t found this text ("Add new file", even just "Add"). Maybe I don`t nave rights for adding files?
>

Hi Ilya,

I created another folder at a different URL (below) and added your
java.net username (manenkov) to have rights to add files.

https://j2me-cdc.dev.java.net/servlets/ProjectDocumentList?folderID=8617...

Please try going to the URL, login as manenkov with your password and
then see if you can click on "Add new file" blue link.

Let me know if you have any problems. If it works please send us the
URL to your files.

Thanks,

Hinkmond

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manenkov
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Thanks, now attachments is working. I put the sources (Netbeans6 project) in

https://j2me-cdc.dev.java.net/files/documents/1139/81910/MFFMDemoAWT.zip

best regards,
Ilya