Normally the "application contains an error" message pops up right
when the iappli is started and I believe it's normally caused by an
error in the jam file. Some things to check (which you probably
The scratchpad size isn't set too big
The last updated date is formatted correctly
If you're downloading to the P503i that you've got 'Apr'
the size of the jar file is correct
I also get this message if I forget to preverify the classes
before putting them in to the jar file. Again, the emulator I use
(i-jade) can handle the classes even if they're not preverified but the
Loïc Feinbier wrote:
> Had the same problem (and also my stuff ran fine on the emulator).
> thing you can do is catch any exception that can be thrown, open a
> textbox and display the exception's error description. Doesn't help
much but at
> least it provides a little more detail...
> Ashish Agrawal wrote:
> > Hi,
> > Does anybody know how to debug an iAppli on the actual phone ? (it
> > gives me a generic message, saying that "application contains an
> > BTW, everything works fine on an emulator .. so i have no clue
> > wrong. Any suggestions.. or any experinces anyone wants to share.
> > Thanks,
> > -Ashish
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Received on Tue Apr 17 02:58:47 2001