On Thursday 10 July 2003 09:53 pm, you wrote:
> I have developed a J2ME program. I want to create a Web page that will
> start the J2ME simulator with my Jad/Jar and people will be able to try the
> program before downloading it to the cellular.
> How do I do that ?
> Any samples ?
It would seem that Microsoft's Internet Explorer has some security hole you
can take advantage of to start an executable on the client side. ;)
Seriously, if the user has the Wireless Toolkit installed and the emulator
configured to be the default application for .JAD files, then you could have
a link to the JAD on your webpage that would cause the emulator to download,
install and run your MIDlet suite. Be sure that your MIDlet-Jar-URL is the
fully qualified URL for your JAR file so that the emulator knows where to
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