In the Symbian Java knowledgebase, it says that you can speed up the loading of a Java application by removing the -cp parameters from your application's .txt file and specifying a -classpath. It is faster because not all directories have to be scanned. However I'm not sure however what the right -classpath setting should be. I'm working with a 9210 (not the emulator) and an application (say "appname") in the usual directory of \system\apps\appname\. So I'm interested to know what the appname.txt file should contain.

Thanks,
Malcolm