01-09-2010 03:04 PM
I'm beginning to do some Java Development. I am running the simulator in a Windows environment using the JDE to see how code works. (I normally run Ubuntu as my primary OS.)
I can run all the sample code just fine when my simulator is a 9500-JDE, but when I switch to a 8300-ATT-JDE-4.2 I get a message, "Source code is not available" in the java window and "Module 'net_rim_xml_org' not found. Error starting <insert application>: Module 'net_rim_xml_org' not found."
This is happening on both an XP instance (running under VirtualBox) and a Windows 7 instance.
I've installed and re-installed the JDE just to see.
I've also googled and not found any answers.
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01-09-2010 03:11 PM - edited 01-09-2010 03:11 PM
Code is forward but not backward compatible.
You are developing using JDE 4.7 I'm guessing, so you can only run the code in 4.7 or above.
To develop for a 8300 running 4.2.1 (Simulator or device), you will need JDE 4.2.1.
01-09-2010 10:20 PM
Yep! I eventually figured that out. I found this post: http://www.blackberry.com/knowledgecenterpublic/li
A bit cryptic, but it makes some sense.
Now I've loaded the 4.1.x version, but all I can find for a simulator is a blueberry.
01-10-2010 05:49 AM
I would recommend that you use 4.2.1.
I believe that you will find that 4.2.1 gives you a useful device by default and makes it easier than 4.1 to add new Simulators. There are various KB articles and a number of forum entries about adding simulators to the JDE and Eclipse, so for help on that I suggest you search. Sorry I'm not much good in this area.
01-10-2010 10:56 PM
4.2.1 seems to do the trick.
Now - not to hijack my own thread, but I noticed somewhere that using the JDE is now not the current trend? Is everyone moving over to Eclipse with teh plugin?