JVM for Windows Mobile

There is JVM for Windows Mobile device bundled with Java ME SDK. Have a look at installWinMobile.pdf in SDK doc folder. Pdf says how to install and use it on device and also with Windows Mobile Emulator. This jvm is for evaluation purposes only which means that you can deploy on it only from SDK.


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At the moment I haven't got a Windows Mobile device,
and I never tryed this JVM...
Is there someone who tryed it? How it works?
It supports all the APIs supported from the latest WTK?

Thanks!

Posted by Davide Perini on April 29, 2009 at 07:50 PM PDT #

Include WindowsMobile jvm doesn't contain all MSA JSRs. JVM is for evaluation and debugging purposes. Installation of MIDlets is restricted to work only from SDK.

Posted by Tomas Brandalik on May 10, 2009 at 09:09 PM PDT #

Why you develop it for evaluation purposes?. Do you intend to let it a full JVM to run mildets without the SDK?.

Posted by Mahdi on May 13, 2009 at 07:33 PM PDT #

Yes I agree, it would be so awazing to have a free fully functional JVM, not just not well working Intend or commercial JBed ... :(

Posted by menion on May 20, 2009 at 06:11 PM PDT #

Can you give a bit more information about java on windows mobile. What does "evaluation purposes only which means that you can deploy on it only from SDK" mean? Can't we write java ME applications for windows mobile and run on vi JVM.

I'am trying to deploy helloworld applications with this JVM but it couldn't work. There is an application named JBED is installed on the device but it supports limited libraries.

What can I do to use your JVM on windows mobile and write JAVA applications on it.
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// I have asked a question to forums too.
here it is:

http://forums.sun.com/thread.jspa?threadID=5398583

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Posted by yavuz gokirmak on July 20, 2009 at 06:24 PM PDT #

My team has used the Java ME SDK 3.0 to develop a midlet application for a Taiwan government project which is running on a Windows Mobile with SDK 6.0 or above. The midlet uses JSR172 and JSR179 to get location information from GPS and submit the latitude and longtitude information to the government website through webservice to obtains additional information around the given location. When I deploy the application to the Windows Mobile device using the Java ME SDK, it is running great and I can demo the features to the government people, however, the application is expected to be installed on a lot of mobile devices that serves the public to access government information over web services, we are facing a problem of mass installation of the resultant midlet onto many Windows devices. We have tried using the JBed or JBlend that comes with most of the HTC devices to install the midlet, after the installation, some of the features that are working fine under the emulator are not working under JBed or JBlend. Is there any work around to this problem? Can we use the Java ME SDK emulator as a JAM?

Posted by George Tsang on December 22, 2009 at 01:03 PM PST #

good

Posted by zheka on February 19, 2010 at 09:01 PM PST #

Hello, is Java ME still only for evaluation purpose on Windows Mobile?
On the Java ME home page there is no mention of this

Posted by ivano on November 17, 2010 at 05:05 PM PST #

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