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Eclipse Java ME (J2ME) Developer Guide
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Push Registry

The Push Registry page is used to manage MIDlets that you want to register on device's push registry.




The properties configurable in this page are:

Item Contents
Connection String URL of the inbound connection that AMS will be listening to. If any information is received in this connection, the AMS will wake up the midlet registered. Note that only one MIDlet can be registered in AMS per Connection String.
Class Fully qualified path for the MIDlet class to be activated. Note that there must be an entry for this same class in the MIDlets Page .
Allowed Sender Used to filter the servers that can activate this MIDlet. The format for this field is protocol-specific, but the wildcards "*" and "?" can be used, with their usual meanings.

Adding a new Push Registry entry

  1. Pressing the Add button creates a new row, and the items in the list can be directly edited in-place.


  2. To edit the Connection String and Allowed Sender columns, simply click in the cell and enter the new value. To change the class, click in the cell. When you do this, a button will appear.



  3. Pressing the button will display a dialog box that will allow you to choose the appropriate class for the MIDlet.


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