I am trying to read tags using java (SMDK) application on handheld device. The mobile component sends tag reads up to Premises v6 in the same manner as a fixed reader. That is, tags are published over MQtt to the Topic. I tried running java (SMDK) application on reader (MC906R) running Windows CE 4.2 .
I am runing java application using WSDD and it creates .lnk file. I started java application by click on .lnk file and It is working.
See the following link file.
214#"\Program Files\J9\PPRO10\bin\j9.exe" "-classpath" "\Java\RfidCapture.jar" "-jcl:ppro10" "-jcl:ppro10" "-Djava.library.path=\Windows" "-classpath" "\Java\symbolclasses.jar;\Java\RfidCapture.jar;\Java\wmqtt.jar" "com.ibm.rfid.symbol.handheld.TagCaptureMain"
I have added some code(additional jar file) for sending message over MQtt to the Topic on premises server.
I tried running that java application on handheld device which comes bundled with a version of IBM's J9 JVM .I am getting like below. I added some additional jar file into lnk file (used bundles jar file for micro broker) by manually editing that lnk file. I started my java application using same lnk file
See the following link file.
214#"\Program Files\J9\PPRO10\bin\j9.exe" "-classpath" "\Java\RfidCapture.jar" "-jcl:ppro10" "-jcl:ppro10" "-Djava.library.path=\Windows" "-classpath" "\Java\symbolclasses.jar;\Java\RfidCapture.jar;\Java\wmqtt.jar;\Java\org.eclipse.soda.sat.core_18.104.22.168705020020.jar;\Java\org.eclipse.osgi.services_3.1.100.v20060601.jar;\Java\com.ibm.rfid.mbaf_6.0.1.v200706052129.jar" "com.ibm.rfid.symbol.handheld.TagCaptureMain"
it is my understanding that the maximum number of characters in the link file (at least on WM2003) is 255
Any help would be appreciated. I am very curiously awaiting reciprocation!
Thanks in advance for your help!
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Usage: \Program Files\J9\PPRO10\bin\j9.exe options classname http://args...
Usage: \Program Files\J9\PPRO10\bin\j9.exe options -jxe:<jxeFile> http://args...
-cp <path> set classpath to <path>.
-jxe:<jxeFile> run the named jxe file.
-D<prop>=<val> set the value of a system property.
-debug:<options> enable debug, JDWP standard <options>.
specify which JCL DLL to use (e.g. cdc, cldc, ...).
enable verbose output (default=class).
-verify enable class file verification.
-X print help on non-standard options.
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Updated on 2008-10-17T17:55:47Z at 2008-10-17T17:55:47Z by StanleyGambarin
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Re: maximum number of characters in the link file (at least on WM2003) is 2552008-10-17T17:55:47Z in response to SystemAdmin
- that seems to be my understanding as well (255 char limit)
- you can try to rename .jar files to something shorter, so
- we (apogee.com) also provide some customized versions of J9
of command line, thus removing 255 character limit.