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    Are Java "services" a possibility?

    By "services", I mean services in the Windows OS or daemon in Unix terms. I want a Java app that can put up a reminder in order to accomplish certain tasks. Is this possible with an S40 series 6030 phone? And no, I do not wish to use the build-in reminder unless I can add reminders through the file system.

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    Re: Are Java "services" a possibility?

    One thing is clear you can not run java app in backgroud as a service but there is a methode you can achive something like this using MIDP 2.0 ' s feature Push Registry. You can shedule your app for a certain time.. at that time your app will be automatically started and now you can do tasks whatever you want once your app in forgourd.
    Sajid Iqbal
    ASD, Accredited S60 Developer
    [EMAIL]saji.iq@gmail.com[/EMAIL]

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    Re: Are Java "services" a possibility?

    Just as you posted that I learned about the Push Registry. Thank you very much.

    For all those who had a similar question:
    http://bellsouthpwp.net/m/c/mcpierce...tart_my_midlet

    Thanks again, saji

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