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  1. #1
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    Re: Is it possible to port j2me application on BalckBerry?

    Ask on the RIM BlackBerry developer site: http://us.blackberry.com/developers/

    P.S. I don't know why my reply has a timestamp 7 minutes earlier than the post I replied to, and hence why it ended up before the post it is a reply to.
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    Is it possible to port j2me application on BalckBerry?

    Hi All,

    I have a j2me canvas based mobile application for Nokia series 40 mobiles like Nokia 3110c,2700c,6300.

    Now I want to port the same application into blackberry mobile.
    I do not have any idea wheather is it possible or not.

    Is it possible and if yes how?

    Please guide me..

    Thanks & Regards,
    Ajit

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    Re: Is it possible to port j2me application on BalckBerry?

    You can certianly do that, provided the application has to be created with the default libraries. It can be done using rapc library.


    Quote Originally Posted by ajitkumar26 View Post
    Hi All,

    I have a j2me canvas based mobile application for Nokia series 40 mobiles like Nokia 3110c,2700c,6300.

    Now I want to port the same application into blackberry mobile.
    I do not have any idea wheather is it possible or not.

    Is it possible and if yes how?

    Please guide me..

    Thanks & Regards,
    Ajit

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    Re: Is it possible to port j2me application on BalckBerry?

    Do you want to use any blackberry specific features while porting the app? If not then you have to consider if there is any difference of screen resolutions are there. You can convert your Jar into cod file (executable for Blackberry) using following steps:

    For ease of use, move the JAD and JAR files for each midlet you want to convert to the BIN directory in the RIM Java Development Environment directory on your hard drive, for example:
    c:\program files\Research in Motion\Blackberry JDE 3.7\bin\

    Using RAPC.exe in DOS, convert the midlet to a COD as follows, all on one line (might be easier to make a .bat file out of this)
    d) rapc import="c:\Program Files\Research in Motion\Blackberry JDE 3.7\lib\net_rim_api.jar" codename=abc -midlet jad=abc.jad abc.jar

    Subsitute a different codename, jad and jar filename for whatever application you wish to convert. If successful, it will say no errors and you will have a COD file. The import= is a REQUIRED step.

    Having this done successfully you can deploy your app on device using BB desktop manager or OTA way. Best luck.

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    Re: Is it possible to port j2me application on BalckBerry?

    Thanks for the reply. I will try this.


    Thanks & Regards,
    Ajit

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    Re: Is it possible to port j2me application on BalckBerry?

    Hi,

    I tried to convert the jar file to cod and it was successful, but when I tried to load it on Blackberry it gave me an offset error.

    Can anyone help me out?

    thanks,
    suraj

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