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Old 03-17-2010, 02:22 AM   #1 (permalink)
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can any one tell me plz how to install .alx file on device using Servlet code(means programmatically).
its urgent.plz help me.

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I don't know what you mean progrematicly
But alx you upload by app loader or desktop manager
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hi!
thnks 4 ur reply.
actually i want to install blackberry application say HelloWorld on my device using servlet code not using JAVA Loader
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can any one plz tell me which file (COD or JAD) is to transfer on device for installing Blackberry application using OTA?

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Both jad contain cods
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hi!
thnks for ur reply ,
but when i try to install jad file,on device follwing exception generates:

net.rim.protocol.http.content.transfer.HttpContent TranscoderException:
invalid value for RIM-COD-selection header:null

could u plz tell me why it is generating.

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hi!
thnks for ur reply ,
but when i try to install jad file,on device follwing exception generates:

net.rim.protocol.http.content.transfer.HttpContent TranscoderException:
invalid value for RIM-COD-selection header:null

could u plz tell me why it is generating.

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hi!

actually i hve to install it using tomcat server(OTA).

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hi!

sorry its working now,but the prob is when i try to install jad file that contain only one cod file,its working fine
but if app contain more thn one cod file thn it dont and showing same exception.
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If the app contains more than one COD file, then you have to extract the individual COD files mut be extracted from the aggragate COD file.

Rename the COD file to the ZIP extension then uzip the contents. You should get application-1.COD, application-2.COD, etc.

These files (not the original aggregate COD file) should be placed on your deployment server along with the JAD file.
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hi,
thnks for ur help,its working now using OTA.
but when i try to install app using servlet code Exception occurs:invalid manifest or application descriptor.m using following code:

File f1 = new File(path);
res.setContentType("text/vnd.sun.j2me.app-descriptor");
res.addHeader("content-Disposition", "attachment;filename=abc.jad");
int length = (int) f1.length();
byte[] bbuf1 = new byte[length];
DataInputStream in = new DataInputStream(new FileInputStream(f1));
while ((in != null) && ((length = in.read(bbuf1)) != -1)) {
op.write(bbuf1, 0, length);
}

so could u plz tell me why it is occuring.

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See this knowledgebase article:

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