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tron_79
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Hi everyone,
I am am new in j2me. I work with NetBeans 6.1 and I want to make some CDC applications. I integrade CDC toolkit 1.0 in NetBeans but i can`t install phoneMe advance in my device (iPaq 214, windows mobile 6). I have read some articles about this, but I don`t understand. Can somebody help me?

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Hinkmond Wong

phonemeadvanced@mobileandembedded.org wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> I am am new in j2me. I work with NetBeans 6.1 and I want to make some CDC applications. I integrade CDC toolkit 1.0 in NetBeans but i can`t install phoneMe advance in my device (iPaq 214, windows mobile 6). I have read some articles about this, but I don`t understand. Can somebody help me?
>

Hi tron_79,

Try this link from Davy:
http://www.cs.kuleuven.be/~davy/phoneme/downloads.htm

With instructions at the bottom of this page:
http://www.cs.kuleuven.be/~davy/phoneme/advanced.htm
(Skip to section on "Run MIDP midlets on phoneME Advanced")

Hinkmond

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tron_79
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I download the CAB files from http://www.cs.kuleuven.be/~davy/phoneme/downloads.htm and first I have problem with installations on the device. After installation the SDK 3.5 compact edition on the device I managed to install them on it. I started demos from the folders of phoneme but nothing happened. I tried to run my app (NetBeans 6.1 together with Sun Toolkit CDC 1.0), make a file .lnk as this example: 255#"\phoneme\personal\bin\cvm.exe" -cp "\phoneme\app" MyApp , but nothing happened again. Where am I wrong?
And here http://wiki.java.net/bin/view/Mobileandembedded/PhoneMEAdvancedGSGWinMob...
it shows to use SDK 1.4 , because I use higher version. Is that nesesery in my case?

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Hinkmond Wong

phonemeadvanced@mobileandembedded.org wrote:
> I download the CAB files from http://www.cs.kuleuven.be/~davy/phoneme/downloads.htm and first I have problem with installations on the device. After installation the SDK 3.5 compact edition on the device I managed to install them on it. I started demos from the folders of phoneme but nothing happened. I tried to run my app (NetBeans 6.1 together with Sun Toolkit CDC 1.0), make a file .lnk as this example: 255#"\phoneme\personal\bin\cvm.exe" -cp "\phoneme\app" MyApp , but nothing happened again. Where am I wrong?
>

Hi tron_79,

Can you tell us more about your application called MyApp? Is it a Java
ME Personal Profile, Personal Basis Profile, or MIDP app? Also, does it
run OK on NetBeans w/Sun Toolkit CDC 1.0? What does it do? Do you have
some screenshots you can point to of it running correctly?

To help you debug, we first need to make sure you can run MyApp using
some other way before you can try running it on an iPAQ with phoneME
Advanced.

Thanks,

Hinkmond

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tron_79
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Hi Hinkmond,

MyApp is a demo, for now consist of a frame, a panel and three buttons (I use swing). When I use Java Sun Toolkit 1.0 CDC + NetBeans MyApp runs normally on the computer, but I can`t try on the mobile device or on the emulator (I can`t run phoneMe Advanced).
When I use Cre-Me + NetBeans MyApp runs also on the computer, on the emulator runs also, I can`t try on the device because there is not trail for device and too expensive to buy.

Regards,
Neno

Davy Preuveneers

On Wednesday 16 July 2008 10:31:06 phonemeadvanced@mobileandembedded.org
wrote:
> Hi Hinkmond,
>
> MyApp is a demo, for now consist of a frame, a panel and three buttons (I
> use swing). When I use Java Sun Toolkit 1.0 CDC + NetBeans MyApp runs
> normally on the computer, but I can`t try on the mobile device or on the
> emulator (I can`t run phoneMe Advanced). When I use Cre-Me + NetBeans MyApp
> runs also on the computer, on the emulator runs also, I can`t try on the
> device because there is not trail for device and too expensive to buy.
>
> Regards,
> Neno
> [Message sent by forum member 'tron_79' (tron_79)]
>
> http://forums.java.net/jive/thread.jspa?messageID=286961
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Well, Swing does not work for sure on pMEA, but AWT does (with some minor
issues). The fact that your application works with Cre-Me is no surprise,
because Cre-Me has swing support. I also thought that Java Sun Toolkit 1.0
CDC didn't have Swing support, but I might be wrong.

In a previous mail you stated that you needed to install the SDK 3.5 compact
edition on the device before you could install the CAB files. I use the
pocketpc-cab tools on my debian system to create these files, and I did not
need to install any .Net framework. What error message did you get when
installing the cab files? You can always use the zip files. There are many
free utilities for WM to unzip them.

There is one issue with the .lnk files though. They assume you install the CAB
file onto the device itself and not on any external memory card. This is
because I cannot create the lnk files during the installation process and
modify the paths to cvm.exe and the jars. So, if you install the cab on your
device, you should have a folder \phoneme\personal. The latest binaries of
pMEA on my website have 3 demo lnk files to try out some test applications.
The first one is a console application, and may not work if you do not have a
shell environment installed on your device. The other two are AWT based. You
may need to change the paths if you decide to install the application
elsewhere.

Regards
Davy

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tron_79
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Hi Davy,

1)When I use Java Sun Toolkit 1.0 CDC as platform in NetBeans in the palette window shows only Swing components.
2)Before installing the SDK 3.5 compact edition on the device when I tried to install the CAB files(phoneMe) wasn't happened anything (I don`t remember to display any messages).
3)When I install the CAB file on the device I chose to install them on the device.
4)I tried to run the demos but they didn't want to except phoneme\personal\test. Did I say that I installed the three CAB files together(cdc+fp+pp). Is that wrong?
5)I don`t remember which platform I was use it show message about "...certificate.." and I think my device blocks. Yesterday I was looking for in the Internet how to disable the wm6 certificates, but without success.
6)Is it true that phoneMe need SDK 1.4 or not? I use high version.

Regards,
Neno

Hinkmond Wong

phonemeadvanced@mobileandembedded.org wrote:
> Hi Davy,
>
> 1)When I use Java Sun Toolkit 1.0 CDC as platform in NetBeans in the palette window shows only Swing components.
> 2)Before installing the SDK 3.5 compact edition on the device when I tried to install the CAB files(phoneMe) wasn't happened anything (I don`t remember to display any messages).
> 3)When I install the CAB file on the device I chose to install them on the device.
> 4)I tried to run the demos but they didn't want to except phoneme\personal\test. Did I say that I installed the three CAB files together(cdc+fp+pp). Is that wrong?
> 5)I don`t remember which platform I was use it show message about "...certificate.." and I think my device blocks. Yesterday I was looking for in the Internet how to disable the wm6 certificates, but without success.
> 6)Is it true that J2ME need SDK 1.4 or only phoneMe? I use high version.
>

Hi tron_79,

Make sure to select CDC Personal Profile (not AGUI) when using NetBeans.

Follow these instructions:

http://www.netbeans.org/kb/60/mobility/cdc-quickstart.html#personal

I think that will solve most of your problems.

Hinkmond

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Terrence Barr - Senior Technologist and Ambassador

tron_79,

Just catching up with this thread. If it's a rich UI toolkit
you're interested in you should have a look at

http://lwuit.dev.java.net

lwuit is inspired by Swing but designed for mobile and embedded
devices. Currently the available LWUIT library relies on MIDP 2.0
but a version of CDC/FP/PBP is in the works.

The only downside is that there is no yet support for LWUIT in
Netbeans Matisse - so you will need to design you UI layout
manually. But the fact that LWUIT is less resource intensive
than Swing and will run on more platforms is a big advantage.

-- Terrence

Hinkmond Wong wrote:
> phonemeadvanced@mobileandembedded.org wrote:
>> Hi Davy,
>>
>> 1)When I use Java Sun Toolkit 1.0 CDC as platform in NetBeans in the
>> palette window shows only Swing components. 2)Before installing the
>> SDK 3.5 compact edition on the device when I tried to install the CAB
>> files(phoneMe) wasn't happened anything (I don`t remember to display
>> any messages). 3)When I install the CAB file on the device I chose to
>> install them on the device. 4)I tried to run the demos but they didn't
>> want to except phoneme\personal\test. Did I say that I installed the
>> three CAB files together(cdc+fp+pp). Is that wrong?
>> 5)I don`t remember which platform I was use it show message about
>> "...certificate.." and I think my device blocks. Yesterday I was
>> looking for in the Internet how to disable the wm6 certificates, but
>> without success.
>> 6)Is it true that J2ME need SDK 1.4 or only phoneMe? I use high version.
>>
>
> Hi tron_79,
>
> Make sure to select CDC Personal Profile (not AGUI) when using NetBeans.
>
> Follow these instructions:
>
> http://www.netbeans.org/kb/60/mobility/cdc-quickstart.html#personal
>
> I think that will solve most of your problems.
>
>
> Hinkmond
>
>
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tron_79
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Hi,

Thanks a lot. I am going to try the advices. I want to ask if someone of you know or learn about CDC platform for iPaq HP 214 as Nokia has and Sony Ericsson has. I checked in http://welcome.hp.com/country/us/en/support.html and I found some stuff but I do not hear about them before. However I send them e-mail for more information. When I learn something intersting I wil post it.

Regards,
Neno

Hinkmond Wong

phonemeadvanced@mobileandembedded.org wrote:
> Hi,
>
> Thanks a lot. I am going to try the advices. I want to ask if someone of you know or learn about CDC platform for iPaq HP 214 as Nokia has and Sony Ericsson has. I checked in http://welcome.hp.com/country/us/en/support.html and I found some stuff but I do not hear about them before. However I send them e-mail for more information. When I learn something intersting I wil post it.
>
> Regards,
> Neno
>

Thanks for your support, Neno. That will be interesting to hear what HP
says about a CDC platform for their iPAQ. I think it's a great
suggestion. ;-) Please keep us in the loop on how they answer.

Regards,
Hinkmond

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