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That's a good question, I don't know for sure (I haven't tried it), but from what I understand, System.exit(0) will exit right away, and bypass onClose(). Others can correct me if I'm wrong.
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Rachel

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JRE 4.2.1 and 4.3.0 for Eclipse can be downloaded from the BlackBerry Java Plug-in for Eclipse 3.5 BETA Update Site:

http://na.blackberry.com/eng/developers/devbetasoftware/jar/3.5/java
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victor.ewert

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victor.ewert [Member]
I can't seem to find 4.3 either. It seems like BlackBerry is pushing for having 4.5 being the minimum support OS.
PermalinkPermalink 09/27/10 @ 09:06
Leonardo

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Leonardo [Visitor]
Hi... I need the BB JRE 4.3.0 for Eclipse but it is no longer available at http://www.blackberry.com/go/eclipseUpdate/3.5/java. Do you know where can I get it?. I donwloaded JDE 4.3.0 from RIM and installed separately (outside Eclipse) but when I try to import it in Eclipse, it can't find the .ee definition file. Thanks for your blog
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victor.ewert

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victor.ewert [Member]
Yes, you are right, it seems like in the latest 4.6.1 (4.6.1.49) package, only the 8900 is available. I didn't realize that BlackBerry keeps changing the available simulators. You can try downloading the 4.5.0 (4.5.0.28) package. That should come with many Curve devices with a 320x240 resolutions. You can download from the BlackBerry update site in eclipse.

Another alternative is to download the simulator that you want directly, as a separate install (separate from eclipse). You can download from: http://na.blackberry.com/eng/developers/resources/simulators.jsp
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Ramya

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Ramya [Visitor]
Hi,

I have installed BB 4.6 plugin and by default only 8900 was added. Now I would want to test on 8350i or any 320*240 resolution device. Could u pls tell me how to go about adding this device?

Many thanks in advance
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victor.ewert [Member]
I am not too sure about the setPadding method; from what I have heard it is an undocumented method, but may be possible to use. You may want to try asking on the BlackBerry Developer forum.

Currently I am using Eclipse 3.5 for BlackBerry development.

-Victor
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Trkn

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Trkn [Visitor]
First of all,
thank you for this reference.

I have a question about BB 4.5.0 Api and 4.5.0.21 Component package.

According to 4.5 api reference guide, setPadding method is depreciated. But in Eclipse, if we install BB plugin and related sdk's such as 4.5 using eclipse update site, setPadding method does not matter even if we use jde 4.5.

I think it is about the component package update site has. for 4.5 it has component package 4.5.0.21.

If we use netbeans and 4.5 api, setpadding matters?

Do you know the exact problem? What would u suggest? Using netbeans and pure 4.5 or using Eclipse?

What is the major trend?

Thanks a lot.
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