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Old 04-02-2008, 06:35 AM   #1 (permalink)
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hello everyone,

i have a problem starting a java application on my 8310 (v422.176). I have installed desktop manager v4.3 and the corresponding device software (v422.176). when i start the desktop manager i can install my application via the alx-file. but when i get back to my device i can't start the application. i see the entry in options-advancedoptions-applications, and also the module but i just can't start ist. an entry in the normal applications view is missing!?
thanks!

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Old 04-02-2008, 07:49 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Pardon my dumb question. Are you sure the item is compatible with your device? Installation does NOT ensure compatibility.
Is there an OTA link you can use for your product?
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mmhh, what do you mean with compatibility? the application i want to start is a simple j2me-app i have written myself, it is supposed to be used on any j2me capable device. no blackberry specific functions are used. actually it should be compatible to all blackberry devices...
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oh, i just found out that the problem arises from the .cod-file i created... i used antenna and the wtkrapc-task... creating the cod-file via the commandline results in a valid cod-file!

i will report my results when i found a solution...

EDIT: couldn't find a solution with the wtkrapc-task, now i build the cod-file using ant and the exec-task which works fine!

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