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Eclipse Java ME (J2ME) Developer Guide
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Preverification Page

Select the Preverification sub-category from the left pane of the properties dialog to display project-specific preverification properties. The preverification properties page looks like the following:

screenshot

There are two fundamental issues that one controls with this page:

  1. Whether to preverify for CLDC 1.0 or CLDC 1.1.
  2. Whether to use the external wireless toolkit preverifier or the new internal preverifier.

Property items:

Item Contents
Enable project specific settings If this box is not checked, MTJ will use common preverification settings on the global Preverification Preferences page. If this box is checked, the settings on this page will be used instead of the global settings.
Use JAD file settings If you use this option, MTJ will consult the JAD file to find out whether it should preverify for CLDC 1.0 or CLDC 1.1.
Use project platform definition configuration If you use this option, MTJ will preverify for CLDC 1.0 or CLDC 1.1 depending on which CLDC version the platform selected for this project supports.
Use specific configuration If you select this option, you can use the pull-down list to explicitly select CLDC 1.0 or CLDC 1.1 preverification.
Default Preverifier MTJ includes a native Java implementation of a preverifier. If you check this option, this new preverifier will be used instead of the external preverifier included with the Wireless Toolkit.

NOTE: The internal preverifier is still in a beta state of developement, and is not guaranteed under all circumstances. The internal preverifier should not yet be used for production deployments.

That being said, the internal preverifier does provide better feedback on any preverification errors than most of the external preverifiers. The MTJ developers would greatly appreciate feedback on the functionality of the preverifier.


 
 
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