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  1. #1
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    Question Can any Resolve this issue, regarding LWUIT forms

    I am developing application in LWUIT ..
    I have loginform in which username and password are entered by the user.
    Another form is in which i am displaying LWUIT table.

    Now the question is, In a day the user has to login at one time, only ... and when ever the application opens once again, it will not login at this time, even the LWUIT tabular form is to be displayed... how can i do this approach..
    I am confused b'coz i know there is no setCurrent(item); method in LWUIT so that i can switch to 2nd form directly.

    Using Display.init(object); takes the argument as midlet reference.. which i have to use it any how...

    How can i do this any ideas??????

    Waiting for the reply...
    rajan

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    Re: Can any Resolve this issue, regarding LWUIT forms

    currently, as i understand it, on start, you init your display and run the login form.
    so, instead of blindly displaying your login form, you check wherever you store it if you have a login/password for your user, and if so, you display the table instead.

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