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TapWave and J2ME
by Jason Lam

Granted most people will more then likely use C++ when developing applications/games for TapWave devices namely because the FatHammer API is only available in C++. But for those of you who are still wondering if we can run J2ME on those devices, the answer is YES, this is because the operating system is PalmOS. Using the J9 VM drop the file J9JavaVMMidpNG.dll into the [tapwave-home-install]\PalmSim directory. Afterwards start the simulator and 'drag n drop' the dev PRC files, then drop in your application. Using a basic HelloWorld application you will see both the IBM J9 AMS and HelloWorld Midlet in the unfiled area, the following screenshots illustrate this:


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