08-06-2010 05:19 AM
Here is my requirement.
My application has two parts. Ui module and System Module. In my system module I am watching for incoming messages. And when it comes I show a pop up which has ok and cancle buttons in it.
What i want to do is to access a specific screen of Ui Module which is a different project from system module.
Suppose the public screen class is in
so how can I access this screen from
? Which is in different project?
08-06-2010 05:22 AM
in Eclipse you can include other projects in the;
Java Build Path
and add your project.
Not sure if this is what you mean?
08-06-2010 05:39 AM
At the time of signing and deploying in device will both applications installed? Or is there any chance of missing any app?? And eventually creating a fatal error??
08-06-2010 05:48 AM - edited 08-06-2010 05:58 AM
I've only used "Projects" in builds of J2EE Apps, not Blackberry.
If you include other projects and build in Eclipse it will compile & generate the classes from the included Project.
In J2EE when I use ANT to build and deploy my EAR file with the JARs and WARs they get included.
Have a look in your bin (class output folder) and see if the the (missing) class(es) that are causing the error are there?
It's definitely public?
08-06-2010 06:02 AM
If your System Module Application and UiApplication both are included/ added in the same Project, then both will be signed and also deployed together automatically, because there will be only .cod, .jad, .alx file for that project.
08-06-2010 06:55 AM
to use a single class in multiple project you can set project dependency in JDE and also you can access the third party jar files and you have to sign that single application and just install it to device you can test it.