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02-19-2009 06:47 AM
I have an app which sets its name via HomeScreen.setName("myAppsName", 0) regarding the How To for a Rollover Icon in an alternate application entry point. This is working perfect after a reboot e.g. by pulling out the battery.
But when installing the app with the Desktop Manager the BlackBerry does a reboot and i got the error message "Uncaught exception: Module with handle  and index  has no application entry point". This happens only one time after installation. At any further boots setName() does not throw an exception.
If i install the app with the JavaLoader i do not get the error message and setName() is working well. Strangly the device is rebooted after a Desktop Manager installation but not after a JavaLoader installation.
02-19-2009 06:51 AM
as far as i know... there is a bug in the system. First time after installation, a rollover won't work unless you
rebooted your device.
Therefor (that bug) an exception is thrown, which you hit within your app. So just handle it catching that **bleep**
and hope it will be fixed in the future?!!!
02-23-2009 04:53 PM
This is caused by a race condition of your application being installed and starting up. Please see this link.
02-23-2009 06:50 PM - edited 02-23-2009 06:51 PM
I already implemented that like described in this thread including the try/catch block around the HomeScreen.SetName() call.
02-25-2009 04:14 PM
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