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Launch MIDlet from a .NET app

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Hi everyone, well the situation is this, i'm having a trouble in my job, my boss is requesting me, to find a way to: package in a .cab, a jar, a jad and a shortcut to launch this.

now i can install all to theirs folders but i can't launch the MIDlet (yes is java =-P ), so now i have to do an app, that, if exists the jad and jar in the folder, open these ones to make the java virtual machine install it, else, createproocess and launch the game.

now the question is: does somebody know how to launch the midlet using createprocess?

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Hi everyone, well the situation is this, i'm having a trouble in my job, my boss is requesting me, to find a way to: package in a .cab, a jar, a jad and a shortcut to launch this.

now i can install all to theirs folders but i can't launch the MIDlet (yes is java =-P ), so now i have to do an app, that, if exists the jad and jar in the folder, open these ones to make the java virtual machine install it, else, createproocess and launch the game.

now the question is: does somebody know how to launch the midlet using createprocess?

Hi RumRum,

I am not answering your question. I am here to ask whether you did this calling Midlet from . Net App. I also have to do the same. If you get the answer could you tell me whether you did it or not.

Thanks,

Aruna.G

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I guess you'd need to call the midlet manager and pass in a parameter, sadly the midlet manager vary between devices!

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I guess you'd need to call the midlet manager and pass in a parameter, sadly the midlet manager vary between devices!

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Hi Paul

Thank you very much for your reply. Could you please post that code which calls the midlet manager.

Thanks

Aruna.G

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