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Hi All,

I have implemented a JAVA (.jad) application that can be downloaded via a Web site.

What I need to do, is to give external parameters to my jad application and to programatically retrieve these parameters inside the application itself.

To be more precise, when the user connect to our website from his blackberry, we want to pass the connection parameters (login, password) to the jad application that is sent to the downloader (we need these values in the application).

Our Web site manually adds parameters in the jad file and we read them (via CodeModuleGroup.getProperty). But it is only supported in JDE 4.3 or higher. I need to support JDE 4.2.

Have you a suggestion?

MikaŽl Donini, Arkadin France.
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