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    jsr234.jar

    hi,

    From where i should download Jsr234.jar and which J2me toolkit version support for that. I want to develop FM radio programming in j2ME.

    deepak

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    Re: jsr234.jar

    I have seen that "Nokia Prototype SDK 4.0 for JavaME" supports Advanced Multimedia Supplements (JSR-234).
    Check this link http://www.forum.nokia.com/info/sw.n...f1ddde98c.html

    May be these link are of some help
    RI Binary for JSR-234 Advanced Multimedia Supplements API for J2ME™
    http://www.forum.nokia.com/info/sw.n...d09d5adc7.html

    JSR-234 Advanced Multimedia Supplements API for J2ME(TM)
    http://www.forum.nokia.com/info/sw.n...r-1_0.zip.html

    Regards
    Gopal

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    Re: jsr234.jar

    The link contains the Class files but how can i use them in my application. Im using netbeans and wanted to include the AMMS Camera classes in my application

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    Re: jsr234.jar

    Hello,

    Have you installed Sun JavaTM Wireless Toolkit for CLDC 2.5.2 version?

    Jsr234.jar file will be located into lib directory of installed Sun WTK folder.

    Ex. C:\WTK2.5.2\lib

    In Netbeans
    1. Select Project and right click properties.
    2. In Build -> Libraries and Resources. Add Jar/Zip...
    3. Give the jsr234.jar from above folder.

    You will be able to compile the file for JSR 234.
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    Dinanath


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    Re: jsr234.jar

    Sorry my question was unclear. Netbeans already allows you to make use of JSR 234. I wanted to know if it was possible to include the class files in your jar file allowing you to make use of JSR 234 even if the phone the jar file is being run on does not support jsr 234

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    Re: jsr234.jar

    Hello,

    That won't be possible.
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    Dinanath


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