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Problems running MTJ and the new J2ME SDK 3.0 [message #567686] Sat, 08 November 2008 10:34
Francisco is currently offline FranciscoFriend
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Registered: July 2009
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Hello,

I am new in the J2ME world. I have installed the MTJ into eclipse and I
have downloaded the new J2ME SDK 3.0 from Sun's webpage.
I have followed the tutorial from http://live.eclipse.org/node/614 in
order to create a simple Hello World midlet. However, I am not able to run
the middlet because it seems that the command line arguments used by MTJ
are not correct. This is the output I get when I start the middlet:

Syntax:

emulator [arguments]

Arguments are:

-version Display version information about the emulator
-help Display list of valid arguments
-Xdebug Use a remote debugger
-Xrunjdwp:[transport=<transport>,address=<address>,server= <y/n>
suspend=<y/n>]
Debugging options
-Xdevice:<device> Select a device skin for the emulator
-Xdomain:<domain_name>
Set the MIDlet suite's security domain

-Xautotest:<JAD file url>
Run in autotest mode
-Xdescriptor:<JAD file name>
The JAD file to be executed

-Xjam[:install=<JAD file url> | force | list | storageNames |
run=[<storage name> | <storage number>] |
remove=[<storage name> | <storage number> | all]]
Java Application Manager and support
for Over The Air provisioning (OTA)
-Xquery Print device information


Is there not support yet in MJT for this SDK? How can I fix the problem?

Thanks a lot in advance!

Fran
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