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Eclipse Java ME (J2ME) Developer Guide
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New MIDlet Project Wizard

href="eclipse_java_me_javascript:executeCommand("org.eclipse.ui.newWizard(newWizardId=org.eclipse.mtj.ui.wizards.NewJ2MEProjectWizard)")"> Open the new MIDlet project wizard New MIDlet Project wizard helps you to create a new MIDlet project in the workbench.

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The configurable options in this wizard are:


Option Description Default
Project Name The name of the new project to be created. <blank>
Application Descriptor The default JAD file name is based on the project name, if you want to configure them to your own names, you can set them here. Use project name as filename
Location The location in the file system where the project will be created. De-select "Use default location" to specify a location other than the default.  You can type the new location or browse to select a file system location for the new project. The workspace root directory
SDK The Software Development Kit (SDK) related to a group of devices. <No default value>
Device The Device setting controls both which particular device the project is compiled against, and also the default device used when launching the MIDlets in the project.

When this setting changes, the contents of your project are automatically recompiled. Thus, if you build a project using the MIDP 2.0 platform and then change to a MIDP 1.0 platform definition, your project may no longer compile because of references to classes, methods or constants not present in the MIDP 1.0 definition.
<No default value>
Enable Preprocessing Enables the code preprocessing. not selected



 
 
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