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    Error starting XYZ$2dABC: Symbol 'CommandListener.a' not found in BlackBerry device

    Hi...please someone help me. I have an application developed in J2ME, and its working very well on all devices but when I click on midlet to run in blackberry device, I get following error.


    Error starting XYZ$2dABC: Symbol 'CommandListener.a' not found.



    My application name is XYZ-ABC . Waiting for your reply.
    Please Help...

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    Re: Error starting XYZ$2dABC: Symbol 'CommandListener.a' not found in BlackBerry devi

    Your question is moved to the Java boards now. While there is a chance that some Java ME developers here are also deploying their code to BlackBerry devices, remember that Nokia does not manufacture such product. Make sure that you check for answers on BlackBerry/RIM sites too.

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    Re: Error starting XYZ$2dABC: Symbol 'CommandListener.a' not found in BlackBerry devi

    thanx for ur reply, and we will be waiting for reply from Java Board.

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    Re: Error starting XYZ$2dABC: Symbol 'CommandListener.a' not found in BlackBerry devi

    Quote Originally Posted by pawanv View Post
    Hi...please someone help me. I have an application developed in J2ME, and its working very well on all devices but when I click on midlet to run in blackberry device, I get following error.
    Error starting XYZ$2dABC: Symbol 'CommandListener.a' not found.
    My application name is XYZ-ABC . Waiting for your reply.
    Please Help...
    How did you deploy the app on BB device, did you convert it from jadtoCod ? or you rebuild the app using RIM JAVA SDK ?
    thanks,
    ~Amitabh
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    Re: Error starting XYZ$2dABC: Symbol 'CommandListener.a' not found in BlackBerry devi

    thanx for ur reply sir.

    No I din`t convert from jadtocod nor rebuild using RIM JAVA SDK.
    I simply deployed .jar file built using NetBeans7.0 into BB device 8310 and when I try to run it gives me below given error.
    Error starting XYZ$2dABC: Symbol 'CommandListener.a' not found.

    We have few more application build in jar format and those are working properly in same device, but this app is not working.

    I will try above given suggestion i.e converting into jartocod, please help me because of this problem our release of application is halted.

    eagerly waiting for reply.

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    Re: Error starting XYZ$2dABC: Symbol 'CommandListener.a' not found in BlackBerry devi

    I would suggest you to rebuild the app using RIM Java SDK for your target device.
    Check the MIDP version should be 2.0 and CLDC should can 1.0/1.1
    thanks,
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