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11-23-2012 01:53 PM
Blackberry os kill my Application after some time....
In the application i just send pin messages in a infinite loop. when messages sent become higer than 2000, my application automatically close with System exception dialog ( uncaught exception (289) process has been terminated).
pls suggest .
Solved! Go to Solution.
11-24-2012 10:03 AM
This message simply says "your program had an error that you did not catch".
You need to perform basic problem determination - for example, get the stack trace from the exception and locate the cause of the error.
You didn't say if this is on the device or the simulator. If simulator, this should be relatively easy - you should view the stack trace in the debug view.
If the device, you'll need to get the event log from the device (or view it on the device).
Come back with more specific questions when you determine the exact error and the operation that caused it.
11-24-2012 03:28 PM
Can you give us the exact messages that you see?
Have you looked in the Event log at the time of the error to see what it actually says?
It might be that the application 'limiter' in OS 7.0 is shutting your application down because it feels your application is consuming too many resources. Here is the appropriate Developers Blog article:
A couple of other people have reported similar problems: