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06 Eclipse ME


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06 Eclipse ME

  1. 1. EclipseME Cornelius Koo – 2005
  2. 2. The Eclipse•
  3. 3. The Plugin•
  4. 4. Create New Project (MIDlet Suite)
  5. 5. Converting FromExisting Project
  6. 6. EclipseME JAD
  7. 7. Item ContentsMidlet Jar The URL from which the JAR file can be loaded.URLMidlet Name The name of the MIDlet suite that identifies the MIDlets to the user. Individual MIDlets can also have names. See the Midlets tab below for that information.Midlet The organization that provides the MIDlet suite.VendorMidlet The version number of the MIDlet suite. The format isVersion <major>.<minor>.<micro> as described in the Java Product Versioning Specification. the J2ME container can use this for install and upgrade purposes, as well as for communication with the user.Microedition The J2ME Configuration required by this MIDlet suite, using the same formatConfiguration and value as the system property microedition.configuration. For CLDC 1.0 compatibility, this field must be CLDC-1.0. In the future, this field will be used to specify the required CLDC version.Microedition The J2ME profile required by this MIDlet suite, using the same format andProfile value as the system property microedition.profiles. For the MIDP 1.0 release the content of this field must be MIDP-1.0. In the future, this field will be used to specify the required MIDP version.
  8. 8. Item ContentsName Name of the MIDlet. If there are multiple MIDlets in your suite, when the user invokes the suite, the J2ME device will typically prompt the user for the specific MIDlet to be executed. This entry provides the name that will be shown to the user.Icon Path to the PNG file within the JAR file that contains the icon for this MIDlet.Class The MIDlet class itself. This is the class you created derived from javax.microedition.midlet.MIDlet.
  9. 9. Item ContentsMidlet Permissions Permissions that your MIDlet must have in order to operate correctly. Permissions are usually only provided for signed MIDlets.Optional Midlet Permissions Permissions that your MIDlet would like, but can work without.Midlet Data Size The minimum number of bytes of persistent data required by the MIDlet. The device may provide additional storage according to its own policy. The default is zero.Midlet Description The description of the MIDlet suite.Midlet Icon The name of a PNG file within the JAR file used to represent the MIDlet suite. It is the icon used by the Java Application Manager to identify the suite. This icon is for the suite as a whole, as distinct from the Individual MIDlet icons you can set up on the Midlets Tab.Midlet Information URL A URL for information further describing the MIDlet suite.
  10. 10. Item ContentsMidlet Delete A text message provided to the user when prompted toConfirm confirm deletion of the MIDlet suite.Midlet Delete The URL to which a POST request is sent to confirmNotify successful deletion of this MIDlet suite.Midlet Install The URL to which a POST request is sent to confirmNotify successful installation of this MIDlet suite.
  11. 11. Item ContentsKey The key string used to retrieve the value.Value The value associated with the key.
  12. 12. Create New MIDlet
  13. 13. Running & Debugging
  14. 14. Packaging
  15. 15. Adding JAR Files
  16. 16. Hardware JARs are added via Platform Components configuration
  17. 17. Software JARs are added via Project Properties
  18. 18. Upload to Your Hand- Phone
  19. 19. • In this tutorial, we are using Sony Ericsson K700i to be an application container.
  20. 20. Reference• Core J2ME Technology and MIDP. John W. Muchow. Prentice Hall PTR, 2002.• Enterprise J2ME: Developing Mobile Java Applications. Michael Juntao Yuan. Prentice Hall PTR, 2003.• J2ME in A Nutshell. Kim Topley. Oreilly, 2002.• EclipseME Help.