nokia ui api
hi...im new to java an new to j2me , but i want to make a programe with i can play some sounds with the nokia series 40 api sound classes,so i've got a "BlockGame" source to see how it works, but i get always an error from the compiler (j2me)
that the class is not found ( com.nokia.mid.ui does not exist import com.nokia.mid.ui.FullCanvas; ) i have the class files from the Nokia_Series_40_MIDP_Concept_SDK_Beta_0_3 and put they into the class folder on the blockgame, still doesen't work...please, can anybone help me
can anyone make the zip file run with the j2me 1.3 (don't want to uns another (jbuilder - nerver heard) programm , its hard enough for me - so much new programms) and send it back to me, or a statement, where i have to put in the nokia api class files, on witch folder???
where i cn find classpath parameter, in the whole programm sorce does the word "classpath" not exist, i've took a look to the j2me console, also no classpath parameter to find, please can you define it a bit specialer for me, i need extream long to check something like that in my mind, and yes i know that the console use javac , please help me out , thanks m.
why using javac? i do not use the cmd windows (why?) i use console window (KToolbar) there is a button "build" i don't wanna use the cmd windows that is boring , this reminds me on old dos times...
there musst exist a solution for this prob doc, thanks again markus (from austria)
öhm no i haven't installed the sdk!? is it necessary? i dont think that it is, i have only a dial in inet access at home and the file have about 40 mb, so if its not necessary, i dont't wanna do this!!!
there musst be a solution... in this way, the "compiler" doesen't find the classfiles (classpath) so how to tell him where the files are !!!??? thats the problem, i dont need the sdk for this one!!!
and witch phone type, i have 6800,its a 40 ons , but that doesen't really matter...thx m.
Yes, u can probably compile files without emulator.
Try reading help about javac. You should tell javac where to find your classfiles.
You have to use javac from Command Prompt because without SDK installed, KToolbar itself can't even imagine that it should look for some external classfiles.
So, you have to compile/archive everything manually or hack WirelessToolkit configuration files.
Seems like both ways are too difficult for you if you even can't read javac help. Then it's really desireble for you to get SDK from somewhere or at least read java.sun.com about the development process.
By the way without a Simulator you can run your program only on the phone, you know it probably