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04-25-2010 11:10 AM - edited 04-25-2010 09:38 PM
Easiest way, assuming you are not building them, is to copy the cods into the Simulator directory.
You can also download from a web site using the Browser, add then to a simulated SD Card and install from there, and use the 'File' load Java program options from the Simulator. I'm sure there are more, but these are the ones that I use.
Edit: Forgot to say welcome sorry... Welcome!
04-25-2010 04:02 PM - edited 04-25-2010 04:02 PM
Are you using Eclipse?
If you are, you have to add the project to a Debug/Run Configuration for it to show in the simulator.
You can do this by going to Run > Debug Configurations... or Run Configurations....
If there are no configurations, you can create a new one to your left by clicking on BlackBerry Simulator and clicking the new icon (white page, yellow plus).
Then select your project(s) and click apply then you can either debug or run the configuration.
In the future, you can call this run/debug configuration by using the Run/Debug History in the Run menu or in your toolbar.
04-25-2010 09:40 PM
Jerome's point is valid. I was answering the general, I have an application (i.e. some cod files), how to I add them to a Simulator. If you are developing the integration to the IDE's simulator tool should be even easier, if not automatic.