I am craeting an application in J2ME, which is reading and writing data in to an existing file, and if the file already doesn't exist, it creates the file.
When I compiled and executed the application in the emulator (J2ME Wireless Toolkit), it was prompting with the warning message "The application ____ is about to read the user data?".
I removed the warning by making it a "trusted" application in the Edit -> Preferences section.
But when I sent the .jar of the app, and installed and executed it in the phone, it gave me the same warning message.
Can anyone tell me how can I remove this warning message, because it is very unfriendly.
I am getting troubled with this because, when a file read/write is done via Symbian, no such warning messages are thrown at the user. Why J2ME throws them?
Is it because , MIDP/CLDC doesn't support any file structure of their own.
How can I remove this warning? i.e. how can I make my application trusted.