<br> Migration from JDK to J2ME
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Posted By:   Vaibhav_Sanas
Posted On:   Monday, April 1, 2002 12:06 PM

HI !!! I want to run an application in J2ME which is currently coded in JDK. I am trying to replace the classes/methods which are not there in J2ME with their source code in JDK. (I found the source code for all API classes in src.jar file in the directory where JDK is installed). There are in all 7 methods in JDK which are not there in J2ME for my application. Dependencies for every method is huge, ie. there are at least 25 methods in API source code for 1 missing method in J2ME. Can any one tell me how it can be done effectively? Is there any other way to achieve this? Thanks -Vaibhav.    More>>

HI !!!

I want to run an application in J2ME which is currently
coded in JDK.

I am trying to replace the classes/methods which are not
there in J2ME with their source code in JDK. (I found the
source code for all API classes in src.jar file in the
directory where JDK is installed). There are in all 7
methods in JDK which are not there in J2ME for my application.
Dependencies for every method is huge, ie. there are at
least 25 methods in API source code for 1 missing
method in J2ME.


Can any one tell me how it can be done effectively? Is
there any other way to achieve this?


Thanks


-Vaibhav.

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Re: <br> Migration from JDK to J2ME

Posted By:   Dave_Astels  
Posted On:   Friday, April 5, 2002 02:00 AM

am trying to replace the classes/methods which are not
there in J2ME with their source code in JDK


Not a good idea, even if possible. You need to rethink your application in the context of J2ME, and build it for J2ME. The entire context is different.

Something else to look at potentially is Savaje's offerings which are J2SE based and run, AFAIK on iPAQ.

Dave

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