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Thread: Runtime exception while developing J2ME mobile application with aspectJ

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    Default Runtime exception while developing J2ME mobile application with aspectJ

    Iam trying to develop J2ME mobile application with aspectJ , there is no problem at the compilation
    time , but the problem occured at the runtime ,and the Emulator was exited.
    can any one tell why this exception occured?

    C:\WTK25\bin\emulator.exe -classpath "C:\Documents and Settings\yousef jawwad\jbproject\AspectJ\classes;" -Xdevice:defaultColorPhone -Xdescriptor:"C:\Documents and Settings\yousef jawwad\jbproject\AspectJ\jad-temp\J2ME.jad"
    Running with storage root DefaultColorPhone
    Running with locale: Arabic_Saudi Arabia.1256

    Error verifying method aspectj/J2ME startApp()V
    Approximate bytecode offset 0: Inconsistent or missing stackmap at target
    ALERT: java/lang/VerifyError: aspectj/J2ME.

    Method............: 10221664 'com/sun/midp/midlet/MIDletState.createMIDlet (static)'
    Stack Chunk.......: 22700ac
    Frame Pointer.....: 2270104
    Current IP........: 10327513 = 103274f6 + offset 29
    Previous Frame....: 22700cc
    Previous IP.......: 103bb579 (offset 22)
    Frame size........: 7 (1 arguments, 6 local variables)
    Argument[0].......: 2270888
    Local[1]..........: 0
    Local[2]..........: 23f0d38
    Local[3]..........: 227fb84
    Local[4]..........: 23f0d4c
    Local[5]..........: 10263184
    Local[6]..........: 23f0d18
    Operand[1]........: 246f800
    Method............: 10283b04 'com/sun/midp/midlet/Selector.run (virtual)'
    Stack Chunk.......: 22700ac
    Frame Pointer.....: 22700cc
    Current IP........: 103bb579 = 103bb563 + offset 22
    Previous Frame....: 0
    Previous IP.......: 1
    Frame size........: 6 (1 arguments, 5 local variables)
    Argument[0].......: 2270a14
    Local[1]..........: 227fc60
    Local[2]..........: 2270888
    Local[3]..........: 0
    Local[4]..........: 0
    Local[5]..........: 0
    Operand[1]........: 227fc60
    VM status:
    Instruction pointer.: 10327513 (offset within invoking method: 29)
    Next instruction....: 0x4c
    Frame pointer.......: 2270104
    Local pointer.......: 22700e8
    Stack size..........: 128; sp: 227011c; ranges: 22700b4-22702b4;
    Contents of the current stack frame:
    22700e8: 2270888 (lp)
    22700ec: 0
    22700f0: 23f0d38
    22700f4: 227fb84
    22700f8: 23f0d4c
    22700fc: 10263184
    2270100: 23f0d18
    2270104: 22700cc (fp)
    2270108: 103bb579
    227010c: 22700e4
    2270110: 10221664
    2270114: 22700ac
    2270118: 0 (end of frame)
    227011c: 246f800 (sp)
    Execution stack contains 108 items:
    2270a14
    227fc60
    2270888
    0
    0
    0
    0
    1
    23f0d1c
    10283b04
    22700ac
    0
    227fc60
    2270888
    0
    23f0d38
    227fb84
    23f0d4c
    10263184
    23f0d18
    22700cc
    103bb579
    22700e4
    10221664
    22700ac
    0
    246f800
    Execution completed.
    3366869 bytecodes executed
    102 thread switches
    1648 classes in the system (including system classes)
    17413 dynamic objects allocated (520060 bytes)
    2 garbage collections (452380 bytes collected)
    Execution completed.
    3366869 bytecodes executed
    102 thread switches
    1648 classes in the system (including system classes)
    17413 dynamic objects allocated (520060 bytes)
    2 garbage collections (452380 bytes collected)



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    Default Re: J2ME with aspectJ

    Hello yousef atya and welcome to the Java Programming Forums

    Its hard to say what the error is without seeing the code.

    What emulator are you using?
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    Default Re: J2ME with aspectJ

    The solution for most of the Java related errors can be found at this site: Java errors and solutions.

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    Default Re: J2ME with aspectJ

    Good link gluk, I've never seen this site before. Thanks.
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