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07-15-2008 02:38 PM
Quote from the previous forum:
|In the JDE how do I add this as a command line argument to rapc.exe so I can see what deprecated API's I am using?|
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07-15-2008 03:42 PM
12-19-2008 02:31 PM
03-26-2009 07:35 AM
Can you please give more information about depricated APIs. What is the problem in using depricated APIs?
Also I am using Dialog Class. And i am not implementing any interfaces. I compiled my file with the -deprication option through command line. It gives info "[deprecation] inHolster() in net.rim.device.api.system.HolsterListener has
Touchdemo suppiled with JDE also shows same info.
Can you please help understanding this?
03-31-2009 04:37 PM
It is recommended to avoid deprecated APIs. An API is marked as deprecated to inform developers that it could be removed in the future. The JavaDocs for deprecated APIs typically direct to the recommended replacement API.
Note that to date no API marked as deprecated has been removed from the BlackBerry API set.