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Hi All,

I created a application using JDE 4.2.1 and got it signed from RIM. Size of cod file is more than 64KB. I am getting Uncaught exception: java.lang.error while running the application from device (8310, OS 4.5).

Sometimes it works fine from simulator and sometimes it gives same error as device from simulator also, depending upon how I install it on simulator.

I installed the app via OTA & through java loader also on device. Do I need to have ALX file also?

I would appreciate if you can provide some input on running the app from device?

Pls note:
It was working fine when cod size was less than 64KB


Thanks!
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