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    J2me

    Hi can anybody tell me how "Enter key" works same as like Ok Command(continue to next step) .....

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    Re: J2me

    Quote Originally Posted by ramcsdp07 View Post
    Hi can anybody tell me how "Enter key" works same as like Ok Command(continue to next step) .....
    We can help you in a better way if you can describe the need in much more details.Explain your requirement in such a way that on the first go one can reply.
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    Re: J2me

    Hello ramcsdp07,

    could you provide more information concerning the Enter key, are you referring to one of the softkeys or possibly some other key?

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    Re: J2me

    ohh sorry for inconvenience....

    on Form i have 2 commands "Ok", "Cancel" and 2 Textfields "UserName" , "PassWord" so after entering fields if i click "OK" command then corresponding action perform. so instead of clicking "ok" Command if i will press "Enter key" from key board then also perform the same action ..


    Thanking You hoping for gud answers

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    Re: J2me

    These resources on Commands and Command mapping are available on Forum Nokia Java Developer's Library and which could provide solution for you issue:

    Java Developer's Library 3.5 > Developer's Guides > UI and graphics > LCDUI > Using the LCDUI > Command

    Java Developer's Library 3.5 > Developer's Guides > UI and graphics > LCDUI > Using the LCDUI > Selection Key support

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    Re: J2me

    enter key as in you are trying it on an emulator thus you are using the pc keyboard ?

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    Re: J2me

    enter which i am trying from emulator(n97 emulator)...

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