#1 Does not work!!

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nobody
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2009-04-15
2007-09-24
knut
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Hi!
After choosing the KeePass Key Database File (Database.kdb) this file is copied into the KeePassJ2ME-folder.
But no KeePassJ2ME-KDB.jar ist created!

What's wrong?

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  • WeT-Klb
    WeT-Klb
    2007-10-19

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    I got the same behaviour. I installed the Java-SDK on two different machines - but i never received any time a file named KeePassJ2ME.jar to be installed to my RazrV3.

    What am i doing wrong?

    Yours
    WeT-Klb

     
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    From http://keepassj2me.wiki.sourceforge.net/. Maybe it helps:

    Q3. I ran KeePassInstaller.bat, but it doesn't produce KeePassJ2ME-KDB.jar

    A. You probably do not have jar.exe. To solve this, please install JDK 1.6.0 or later. For the reason why JDK is necessary, please see Q2.

     
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    You can also try copying jli.dll and jar.exe from the JDK into the KeePassJ2ME folder, and then try the batch file.

     
  • WeT-Klb
    WeT-Klb
    2007-10-20

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    OK - i managed to get the KeePassJ2ME-KDB.jar. I uploaded it to my Motorola RazrV3 (old one) and installed it properly. But when i start it i get the message "APPLICATION ERROR" and the program is closing.
    Any suggestion for that?

     
  • amenthes
    amenthes
    2007-10-29

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    In my case, there was no path set to java's "jar" command. I had to call the jar-command by hand. Please try the following:
    Open a commandline-window (in windows xp you can do it this way: Start -> Run, enter "cmd", press <ENTER>) browse to the unzipped KeePass J2ME directory using the cd commando.
    Call KeePassInstaller.bat

    There you will get an error message stating that "jar" was not found. If this is the case the solution is simply to enter the full path to jar. To do this find jar on your system. It's usually in C:\Program Files\Java\jdk-<version-number>\bin copy this path (with your version number in it) into the .bat file right before the "jar" command and try again.

     
  • Stepan
    Stepan
    2009-04-15

    Use v1.2.0 and packer (not require JDK)

     
  • Stepan
    Stepan
    2009-04-15

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