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Old 08-10-2007, 11:35 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Can't get optional packages(like JSR 172) to work on Blackberry simulator?

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I have converted my JAR file to a COD file. When I run it on the Blackberry 8830 Simulator I get
"NoClassDefFoundError
jvm error 104"

Since I can't get more clues from the simulator, I configurated the Netbeans project for the Blackberry platform. But when I try to compile it, I get a lot of exceptions, like "package RMI doesn't exist".

Our midlet uses the Wireless messaging API (JSR 172) and some other new API's. I suspect that this is the problem. Isn't JSR 172 supported on Blackberries? If it is, how can I add the package to the emulator?
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Old 08-10-2007, 01:25 PM   #2 (permalink)
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JSR 172 is the web services API, not the wireless messaging API. The web services API will be available in JDE v4.3 (should be released sometime in the fall).

RIM provides the packages for the emulator, so you'll have to wait for the new JDE.
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