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Old 10-17-2008, 03:27 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I have created a test application and now I want to deploy it into the device.I connected my device using USB and in the command prompt i typed the command as

javaloader -usb load Myapp.cod

where Myapp is my applications name.

But when I run this command I get an error as javaloader is not recongonized as an internal or external command,operable program or batch file..

I have also set the javas bin folders path in the environment variables also....


Can anyone please help me....

Waiting for a positive revert.

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have you placed .cod file in bin folder?
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have you placed .cod file in bin folder?
no its in my project folder only
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place it in bin folder....it will work.....
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Hi
I have created a test application and now I want to deploy it into the device.I connected my device using USB and in the command prompt i typed the command as

javaloader -usb load Myapp.cod

where Myapp is my applications name.

But when I run this command I get an error as javaloader is not recongonized as an internal or external command,operable program or batch file..

I have also set the javas bin folders path in the environment variables also....


Can anyone please help me....

Waiting for a positive revert.

Thanks
Amey
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Hi,

Just copy javaloader.exe to the folder where your .cod is, and create a .bat with this:

javaloader -usb load YourApp.cod


The javaloader is in the bin of the BB JDK you are using, I did this because I had the same problem, condifured the paths and everything and nothing worked, just this. I don´t know why it doesn´t works in the bin.

Hope it helps

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