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02-18-2013 06:53 AM
02-18-2013 07:16 AM
i have created library same as given link, but when i am going to deploy it on device then i have to installed first my library then only i can use it on any application
is there any other way to deployment on device ?
02-18-2013 07:33 AM
02-18-2013 07:36 AM
Re-read the article and make sure you are asking for the right thing here.
If you only want to share the jar file (which is what you said), then you are assuming that the user will build this into a cod file. You can't install a jar onto a device - that will not run. So you can't share a jar file with an end user - it will not help them.
If an application depends on a shared library, then the application will not start until that library is available. This is a problem that also faces BBM applications. In that case you can create a proxy application that checks to see if the library is installed, and then downloads it if it is not. But there is a fair amount of work involved in doing this.
If this is your own library for your own application, then you can package the library cod and the application cod together.
Anyway, review the article again, think about what you actually want to do, and see how it fits in the options given in the article. If it is still not clear what you need to do, then please explain your situation and what you are trying to achieve.
02-18-2013 07:45 AM
i want to make a library ,which i can share with the end users.
currently i created library but that is shared library (like if library is not on device application will not work for lib)
so now what i want is -
i want to make a library so that i just shared my library jar file with end user ,and user should able to use it and run it on device.
02-18-2013 07:56 AM