Implementation of a Java Application Manager using a split architecture
Original Publication Date: 2002-Aug-20
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2002-Aug-20
Implementing the Java Application Manager (JAM) using a split architecture increases portability, performance, and allows for extension into areas such as implementation of the system GUI. This paper covers our implementation of the JAM and the areas where our split architecture allowed us to improve its functionality and performance. It also covers techniques for coping with the limited memory constraints of a J2ME device when attempting to install an application using the Java Application Installer and De-installer (JAID).