JAVA ME SDK 3.2

Hi,
I need Java ME SDK 3.2 for a project. I don't see on the downloads page, where can I still get it?
Thanks.
Guy

Hi,
Sorry for the late answer.
Java ME SDK 3.2 is needed to build Eclipse PAHO MQTT library (org.eclipse.paho.mqtt.java.git - MQTT Client Package - Java Language).
From the README file:
Paho Java ME client for MQTT
The Java ME client requires the Oracle J2ME SDK 3.2 (which is only available for windows) and assumes it will be installed in c:/Java_ME_platform_SDK_3.2/
The client jar is built using ant and the build.xml file in org.eclipse.paho.jmeclient.mqttv3/

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    Don't double post. I've removed the thread you started in the Java Programming forum with the identically same question.
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    ABCDEFGH1JKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ

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