Thank you very much for your message. It's very helpful. I have one more question. Under 'Max jar file size' of the data form, is the value of size, for example 60Kb, the limit for one jar file or for all jar files together?
I think the que was Is that
The value given there is for one midlet suit or for one JAR file..
Midlet suite can contain one or more than one midlet and there is restrictions on number of midlet and max size of midlet in that perticular Suite ...Right?
Thts amazing if u cud download a 70k file on Series 40 (6800),but thn whn u make an application for 40 series , it shud run on all 40 series phone, i think this 70k will not be supported by other 40 series phones.
I totally agree with you. There's a reason why the spec sheets mention the maximum jar size allowed.
Since the GPRS connection over here in my country is pretty "buggy", like frog crossing highways (some make it, some don't), I guess the smaller the file, the safer it is for the transfer to complete. :-P
Should always stick to the spec sheets.
In any case, network operators might just impose their own limitations on the allowable midlet size, which might make life more difficult.