Yeah I hate how the KToolbar does that. I just tried something interesting
If you go into the JAM editor and delete the APPClass and hit return (or
else it will
not register I really hate that!) it will throw up a dialog saying you must
have an AppClass
set. But if you run without an AppClass set from a new project it seems to
not even get past the
emulator's launcher. So I wonder how it knows of the name of the class it
----- Original Message -----
From: "Nik Frengle" <eseller_at_eimode.com>
Sent: Friday, June 15, 2001 4:52 PM
Subject: (keitai-l) JAVA run-time appli question
> Sorry, Erik, if I am way off base, but I had a similar experience. The
> problem turned out to be in the .jam file. Though you can compile it
> it won't execute unless the PackageURL, AppSize, AppName and AppClass, oh
> yeah, and LastModified properties are properly defined in the jam file.
> I am totally off base, excuse me.
> I have found that KToolbar and Forte are not so picky in the way it
> the .jam file when you create a new project, and there aren't any
> to put in the information at all, and it seemed like I was often ending up
> with .jam files that had the PackageURL, AppSize, AppName, but not the
> AppClass, which was producing exceptions like the one you had, even though
> it compiled fine.
> I am rather a beginner myself, so if you are an expert and it is some
> really arcane reason, once again sorry.
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Received on Fri Jun 15 11:02:26 2001