I have asked this before without getting an answer. Hopefully, I will have more luck this time.
I am attempting to have a signed MIDlet on the SMS push registry. When I attempt to do this on MIDP-2 phones, the application is invalidated.
I have two versions that I have tried. First, a single MIDlet whose JAD file has the following line...
MIDlet-Push-1: sms://:8765, com.MyCompany.Project.HelloWorld, *
I have two versions of the JAD file. One is signed, the other isn't. When I install the unsigned version, it runs fine. When I install the signed version, the application is installed but is not runnable (it is shaded and the only option available is to delete it).
The second version is a MIDlet suite that contains two apps. One app is the hello world. The other app is designed to put the first app on the Push registry. If I run the unsigned version of the push app, it runs fine. If I install the signed version of the suite, I get an exception when I run the push app.
I have found that I have to problems with this on the Nokia 6100 (MIDP-1.0) but both the 6230i and 3220 (both MIDP-2.0) phones behave as above.
Please help!!!! I have been on this for a week and have ordered extra phones (3220) to see if it was just a 6230 issue.