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    Call a midlet on a button click event

    Hi, how can i call a Midlet on a button click event in Java Me

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    Re: Call a midlet on a button click event

    would that be after pushing a button within your app or do you want to start a midlet when pressing a button outside your app ?

    If it's the first case you might have a look here :
    http://www.developer.nokia.com/Commu...m-other-midlet
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    Re: Call a midlet on a button click event

    Quote Originally Posted by angelvini210 View Post
    Hi, how can i call a Midlet on a button click event in Java Me
    If it from outside the app, then you have to set the midlet on right button or some shortcut key on the device to launch it in 1 click.
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    How To call Midlet B from MIdlet A on button click

    hi, i am really not getting how do i call MidletB from MidletA when i click a button which is in MidletA .. when i click the button the MidletB should get execute and Display on the emulator..
    I tried of importing package and makin object of Midlet and then calling but it is giving me MIDletManagerError : Illegal Attempt To construct fflocator.ContactList@e10e393b
    plzz help





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    Re: How To call Midlet B from MIdlet A on button click

    Your question is merged to a very similar discussion now. Make sure to check the suggestion in #2.

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    Re: Call a midlet on a button click event

    Quote Originally Posted by Tiger79 View Post
    would that be after pushing a button within your app or do you want to start a midlet when pressing a button outside your app ?

    If it's the first case you might have a look here :
    http://www.developer.nokia.com/Commu...m-other-midlet

    i hav created a GUI for my project(Friends and family locator) and my project i have divided into small modules so lyk i hav created a midlet(ContactList) and dis midlet i want to call in my project on a button click ,,,, which will display on a form of my project....

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    Re: Call a midlet on a button click event

    Quote Originally Posted by im2amit View Post
    If it from outside the app, then you have to set the midlet on right button or some shortcut key on the device to launch it in 1 click.
    Sorry sir but i did'nt get you... right button as in where and how?

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    Re: Call a midlet on a button click event

    Quote Originally Posted by angelvini210 View Post
    Sorry sir but i did'nt get you... right button as in where and how?
    In the latest Series 40 devcies you can assign Java apps to Right / Left Selection Keys in the Home screen (Menu > Settings > My shortcuts)

    Hope this Helps ?

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