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Java Verified Releases Tips for Solving Java ME Signing Issues

October 26, 2009

SANTA CLARA, Calif., Oct. 26 /PRNewswire/ — Java Verified, working within the Unified Test Initiative (UTI), today announced the release of Why doesn’t my signed MIDlet work?, a resource for helping developers successfully address some of the most common signing issues associated with Java ME applications. The “how to” checklist allows developers to quickly identity and solve four of the most common issues that would cause Java ME applications to work before signing, but not afterwards. Developed by Java Verified as tool to help foster the development of high quality Java ME applications, the document is available for review and download at www.javaverified.com.

“Java ME developers have told us that issues related to application signing can create challenges both during and after the Java Verified testing process,” said Martin Wrigley, chair of UTI and director of technology, Orange Partner Program. “With today’s news, developers now have a quick-read resource for solving signing challenges, which will make it easier and faster to bring high quality Java ME applications to market.”

Why doesn’t my signed MIDlet work? has been developed by Risto Helin, manager, Testing and Device Access, Forum Nokia, and Nokia’s representative on the Java Verified Management Board. Java ME developers will find solutions for solving signing challenges such as addressing MIDlet attributes, problems with defined permissions and certificate authority (CA), and date and time issues, along with additional Java Verified resources for ensuring application signing quality.

According to Helin, “Java Verified is committed to providing developers with new resources for successfully addressing a wide range of application development issues, both today and over the long-term as the mobile industry moves to further advance more high quality mobile solutions.”

About Java Verified

Java Verified is the global organization where members of the worldwide mobile ecosystem are working collaboratively to address Java ME fragmentation. The organization provides testing and resources for helping Java ME developers deliver more high quality Java ME applications to more devices faster. The Java Verified Management Board is made up of representatives from LG, Motorola, Nokia, Orange, Samsung, Sony Ericsson, Sun Microsystems and Vodafone. More information about Java Verified is available at www.javaverified.com.

Follow and interact with Java Verified on Twitter at http://twitter.com/JavaVerified.

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