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  1. #1
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    How to remove java messages.

    hi,
    i have developed a application in symbian.this application install and launch a java application.
    both application symbian and java working fine.
    java application can "create http connection","read & write file","dial a number".
    my problem is that,when java application is runing at that time native msg is occur for conformation of "http onnection","file read & write","dial number".

    how to remove this conformation msg of java application using symbian application.
    please help me.

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    Re: How to remove java messages.

    You can't. Having the Java app signed by JavaVerified might - depending on the phone - remove, or allow the the user to disable the warning, or do nothing. In any case, there's no way for your app to suppress the messages, as far as I know.

    You could, of course, port (rewrite) the Java application code and incorporate it in your Symbian app, to get rid of the Java messages (as you get rid of the Java code).

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