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Now when the application is linked, the new name and new large icon display (see figure 8.11) when the application is finally deployed to the device. If you get the error wrong format in HiWorld.bmp displayed in the Jbed Log when linking the application, check your bitmap image and make sure that it is no larger than 32 32 bits and that it has only 1 bit of color depth (i.e. black and white).
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Figure 8.11 The same HiSmallWorld application shown earlier is displayed here with new application name and icon.
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Running the application Whew! So we have a Java application in the form of a PRC file ready to load onto our Palm OS device. Not so fast. Just as with the MIDP application developed in chapter 4, it is probably a good idea to test the application on an emulator first before we accidentally toast any device with our application. After successfully running the new application on the Palm Emulator, then it is safe to try to run the application on the actual device. Palm Emulator The Palm OS Emulator, known as the POSE, is available from Palm s Developer Site at the following address: http://www.palmos.com/dev. The emulator and associated files come in ZIP file format. Simply unzip the contents of this file into a directory on your system. However, the emulator alone is not enough to test the application. The POSE emulates the Palm device hardware, but it requires something known as a ROM image to emulate the entire device environment. The ROM ( read only memory ) image contains the Palm OS. A ROM image can be obtained either by downloading it from Palm s web site, or extracting it from a Palm OS device.
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ROM from the Palm web site Obtaining a ROM image from Palm requires joining Palm s Alliance Program. To join this program, go to the Palm s Resource Pavilion at: http://www.palmos.com/alliance/ resources. Getting established as a member of the Alliance Program usually takes about a day. Once a member of this program, and if you are a developer located in the United States, you can obtain a ROM image directly from the Palm web site. Developers from outside the US are required to sign and return a license agreement before they are allowed to download ROM images. The site has ROM images for the different types of devices and device features, such as color screens, as well as images that support debugging. Furthermore, there are ROM images for each of the various major and minor Palm OS releases. When downloading a ROM from the Palm site, be sure to obtain the ROM image for your target platform. Jbed supports Palm OS version 3.3 or greater operating on the Dragonball EZ and VZ processors. Palm V, Vx, and IIIx devices usually have this EZ processor. After downloading the ROM image, save it in the POSE directory for the sake of convenience. When you launch the emulator for the first time, you are presented with several choice buttons (see figure 8.12). To start the emulator with the downloaded ROM image, select New to signify that you want to start a new emulator session.
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Figure 8.12 When starting the Palm OS Emulator (POSE) on the development system for the first time, this window is displayed. The POSE remembers the ROM file, device type, skin, and RAM size of the last session. However, on the first invocation of the POSE, without a prior session, the user is left to press New and select the new session information.
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When starting a new emulator session, you are asked to pick the ROM image, device, skin, and RAM size for the device you are emulating as displayed in figure 8.13. Pick your recently downloaded ROM image and set the settings appropriate for your target device, and the emulator should display.
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Figure 8.13 On a new session, the ROM file and target device settings must be selected. Select the ROM file, device, skin and RAM size for the targeted device.
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If the emulator does not start or if an error message is displayed, check the new session settings to make sure that the settings are compatible with the actual device. HISMALLWORLD IN KJAVA 203
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ROM from your Palm As an alternate approach (and recommended approach from esmertec) to downloading an image from Palm, if you have the target Palm OS device, you can extract its ROM image to your development computer. When you downloaded the POSE, a ROM transfer application came in the zip file. If you go into the directory where the POSE zip file contents were extracted, you will find a ROM Transfer.prc file. When run on the Palm OS device, this application allows the device to deliver the device s ROM image while it is cradled and connected to a computer. Cradled is the term used with many PDA devices to indicate when the device is physically connected to another computer usually by a cup or cradlelike looking attachment. First, to transfer the ROM Transfer.prc to the Palm OS device, launch the Palm Desktop Software s Install tool that came with the device. Pick the correct user of the device and then push the Add... button on the tool (see figure 8.14).
Figure 8.14 The Palm Desktop Software Install Tool is used to select files, both applications and data, to add or remove from the Palm OS device. The applications and data listed in the center section of the Install Tool are transferred to the device on the next HotSync operation. Use this tool to move or deploy PRC files to the Palm OS device.
From the file selection window that opens like that displayed in figure 8.15, browse to the directory containing the transfer PRC file, select the file and then press the Open button.
Figure 8.15 This window is displayed when the Add... button is pressed on the Palm OS Desktop Install Tool (figure 8.14). Move the ROM Transfer.prc located in the POSE directory to the device by selecting the ROM Transfer.prc file and pressing the Open button.
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