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Posts: 1
Registered: ‎06-16-2008
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java j2me jad/jar installation issue

Hello everyone,

I'm currently coding a game application using j2me for mobiles and have a bit of trouble with BBs.
This games needs to be distributed online, OTA style!
That's where my problem with BBs start.

I'm using a personnal webpage for testing purpose: www.y3k30.com.
This page hosts a regular jad/jar couple and one where I modified the jad to make the jar url inside it absolute instead of relative.

With a HTC touch I can use both versions, both download, install and run fine.

The thing is I need it to install and run on BBs.
I've got a 8320 and 8120 for testing purposes using Orange France operator.

On both BBs, when I try to install the game by browsing to my website and clicking both the jads, I always get the same errors:
-> I'm prompted to accept the jar download
-> A few seconds after I accept dl, I get an error telling me the dl is impossible.
Détails are: "907 invalid jar HTTP 403:forbidden"
-> if I use the direct link to the jar, I get the same 403 error.

That happens only with BBs...

I've read a lot of forum posts about that problem (maybe not enough?) and did not find an adequate solution.
The applications has to be accessible from a web site, so any offline solution to install j2me apps do not interest me.

I hope you can help me in any way, because it's driving me nuts.
I thank you all in advance.
cheers Smiley Happy

ps: sorry for any kind of language failures.
Guru I
Posts: 19,017
Registered: ‎07-29-2008
My Device: Passport, Playbook, 9320BES
My Carrier: Bouygues _ SFR

Re: Youtube!!!

hello,
are you sure you're using the Orange France operator ?
If you're using BES (through Exchange or Lotus) you may be going on the internet though the web proxy of your IT staff.

http403 means forbidden access.

you can tell your Blackberry to go to the website using another browser (on my Curve I have "Blackberry Browser", "Internet Browser" and "WML/HTML Browser").
BB >> Options >> Change browser



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