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    running MIDlet from windows command prompt

    Hi,

    I am able to run a MIDlet from eclipse IDE. But I want to from from windows command prompt. What is the command for emulation? How to run a MIDlet (Emulated) from windows command prompt?

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    Re: running MIDlet from windows command prompt

    Directly click on the JAD file and it will open in the default WTK emulator if installed on your Windows PC.

    if it fails, use open with to connect it to "emulatorw" in the Bin folder of SUN WTK.

    thanks,
    ~Amitabh
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    Re: running MIDlet from windows command prompt

    Code:
    C:\Java_ME_platform_SDK_3.0\bin\emulator.exe -Xdescriptor:appname.jad
    Run "emulator -help" to see the range of options.

    Use "emulator", not "emulatorw", or you won't see any diagnostic output at the command line.

    Graham.

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