[QUESTION] First Steps: Java ME SDK 3.0 AND NOKIA N95

Hi! this is my first post in the forums. I am a c# .net programmer and this is my first step to start programing mobile phones with Java ME.
I already downloaded and installed de Java ME SDK 3.0 and try the examples, then i build a sample and generate the jad.
After upload to my N95 it says that cant install the app because is for the N95 or is not supported....(I was thinking like winforms in .net... build install and run ....hahaha!)
but i found that every phone has its SDK that i must install to develop app.
So my question is
If i have the JME SDK 3.0 installed what i need to build any Nokia or Nokia N95 app. If is possible can you tell me the configuration that i need or maybe the steps to install the SDK from nokia to use in JME., apps, emulators, docs, etc.
PD: I want to start an app that tells me the location using the internal gps of the N95.
And sorry for my bad english.
Thanks!

check if ME SDK is configured to MIDP 2.1. Also check whether N95 supports MIDP 2.1 or 2.0; if needed, change SDK build settings to MIDP 2.0. // this seem to be rather popular problem
...I want to start an app that tells me the location using the internal gps of the N95...Google for +"nokia n95 jsr 179"+ (jsr 179 is location API in Java ME).
If you plan to target only Nokia device(s), consider getting help at Nokia Java ME forums.

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    // = http://130.18.168.225/webtogo/startup
    // Mobile administrator username = fiafield // Schema FIAFIELD on FIA.CFR.MSSTATE.EDU
    // Mobile administrator password = fiafield // Username and password are the same
    import java.sql.SQLException;
    import java.sql.*;
    import oracle.lite.sync.Consolidator;
    import oracle.lite.sync.ConsolidatorManager;
    import oracle.mobile.admin.ResourceManager;
    import oracle.mobile.admin.ResException;
    import oracle.sql.*;
    import oracle.jdbc.*;
    import oracle.mobile.admin.*;
    public class Publish
    // Schema names and usernames are not case sensitive.
    // UN fiafield = FIAFIELD
    // SCHEMA fiafield = FIAFIELD
    // Schema name/Username, and password used on creation of Mobile Repository
    static String CONS_SCHEMA = "fiafield";
    static String DEFAULT_PASSWORD = "fiafield";
    static String admin_jdbc_url = "jdbc:oracle:oci8:@WEBTOGO.WORLD";
    static String thin_jdbc_url =
    "jdbc:oracle:thin:@YGGDRASILL:1521:FIA.YGGDRASILL.CFR.MSSTATE.EDU";
    static String Publication;
    static String CreateTreeTableShortNames =
    "CREATE TABLE FIAFIELD.ZMTR1TBL("
    + "id FLOAT,"
    + "subp FLOAT,"
    + "rnum FLOAT,"
    + "st FLOAT,"
    + "unit FLOAT,"
    + "cnty FLOAT,"
    + "plot FLOAT,"
    + "cyc FLOAT,"
    + "scyc FLOAT,"
    + "tree FLOAT,"
    + "ncpt FLOAT NULL,"
    + "dist FLOAT NULL,"
    + "diam FLOAT NULL,"
    + "dmht FLOAT NULL,"
    + "dmck FLOAT NULL,"
    + "spec FLOAT NULL,"
    + "lang FLOAT NULL,"
    + "nctc FLOAT NULL,"
    + "stat FLOAT NULL,"
    + "util FLOAT NULL,"
    + "deca FLOAT NULL,"
    + "crat FLOAT NULL,"
    + "ccls FLOAT NULL,"
    + "az FLOAT NULL,"
    + "cond FLOAT NULL,"
    + "tlen FLOAT NULL,"
    + "alen FLOAT NULL,"
    + "lmet FLOAT NULL,"
    + "nctg FLOAT NULL,"
    + "rcul FLOAT NULL,"
    + "ncpd FLOAT NULL,"
    + "dead FLOAT NULL,"
    + "mor FLOAT NULL,"
    + "modm FLOAT NULL,"
    + "dml1 FLOAT NULL,"
    + "dmt1 FLOAT NULL,"
    + "dms1 FLOAT NULL,"
    + "dma1 FLOAT NULL,"
    + "dml2 FLOAT NULL,"
    + "dmt2 FLOAT NULL,"
    + "dms2 FLOAT NULL,"
    + "dma2 FLOAT NULL,"
    + "dml3 FLOAT NULL,"
    + "dmt3 FLOAT NULL,"
    + "dms3 FLOAT NULL,"
    + "dma3 FLOAT NULL,"
    + "dbtr FLOAT NULL,"
    + "dbsp FLOAT NULL,"
    + "nxtn FLOAT NULL,"
    + "dbds FLOAT NULL,"
    + "dbaz FLOAT NULL,"
    + "psta FLOAT NULL,"
    + "fiat FLOAT NULL,"
    + "fhmt FLOAT NULL"
    + ")";
    static String CreateTreeTableLongNames =
    "CREATE TABLE FIAFIELD.ZMTR1TBL("
    + "ID FLOAT,"
    + "SUBPLOT FLOAT,"
    + "RECORD_NUMBER FLOAT,"
    + "STATE FLOAT,"
    + "UNIT FLOAT,"
    + "COUNTY FLOAT,"
    + "PLOT FLOAT,"
    + "CYCLE FLOAT,"
    + "SUBCYCLE FLOAT,"
    + "TREE FLOAT,"
    + "NC_PLOT_TYPE FLOAT,"
    + "DISTANCE FLOAT NULL,"
    + "DIAMETER FLOAT NULL,"
    + "DIAMETER_HEIGHT FLOAT NULL,"
    + "DIAMETER_CHECK FLOAT NULL,"
    + "SPECIES FLOAT NULL,"
    + "LEAN_ANGLE FLOAT NULL,"
    + "NC_TREE_CLASS FLOAT NULL,"
    + "STATUS FLOAT NULL,"
    + "UTILIZATION FLOAT NULL,"
    + "DECAY FLOAT NULL,"
    + "CROWN_RATIO FLOAT NULL,"
    + "CROWN_CLASS FLOAT NULL,"
    + "AZIMUTH FLOAT NULL,"
    + "CONDITION FLOAT NULL,"
    + "TOTAL_LENGTH FLOAT NULL,"
    + "ACTUAL_LENGTH FLOAT NULL,"
    + "LENGTH_METHOD FLOAT NULL,"
    + "NC_TREE_GRADE FLOAT NULL,"
    + "ROTTEN_CULL FLOAT NULL,"
    + "NC_PREVIOUS_DBH FLOAT NULL,"
    + "CAUSE_OF_DEATH FLOAT NULL,"
    + "MORTALITY_YEAR FLOAT NULL,"
    + "MO_DAMAGE FLOAT NULL,"
    + "DAMAGE_LOCATION1 FLOAT NULL,"
    + "DAMAGE_TYPE1 FLOAT NULL,"
    + "DAMAGE_SEVERITY1 FLOAT NULL,"
    + "NC_DAMAGE_AGENT1 FLOAT NULL,"
    + "DAMAGE_LOCATION2 FLOAT NULL,"
    + "DAMAGE_TYPE2 FLOAT NULL,"
    + "DAMAGE_SEVERITY2 FLOAT NULL,"
    + "NC_DAMAGE_AGENT2 FLOAT NULL,"
    + "DAMAGE_LOCATION3 FLOAT NULL,"
    + "DAMAGE_TYPE3 FLOAT NULL,"
    + "DAMAGE_SEVERITY3 FLOAT NULL,"
    + "NC_DAMAGE_AGENT3 FLOAT NULL,"
    + "DB_TREE FLOAT NULL,"
    + "DB_SPECIES FLOAT NULL,"
    + "NEXT_NUMBER FLOAT NULL,"
    + "DB_DISTANCE FLOAT NULL,"
    + "DB_AZIMUTH FLOAT NULL,"
    + "PREVIOUS_STATUS FLOAT NULL,"
    + "FIA_TREE_NUMBER FLOAT NULL,"
    + "FHM_TREE FLOAT NULL"
    + ")";
    public static void main(String argv[]) throws Throwable
    // Publish - an OKAPI sample
    if(argv.length == 2)
    CONS_SCHEMA = argv[0] ;
    DEFAULT_PASSWORD = argv[1] ;
    //create required tables using standard jdbc
    //DriverManager.registerDriver ((Driver)Class.forName ("oracle.jdbc.driver.OracleDriver").newInstance ());
    DriverManager.registerDriver (new oracle.jdbc.driver.OracleDriver());
    Connection c = null;
    Statement s = null;
    try
    // Open connection to Mobile Repositoty/FIAFIELD schema as SYSTEM.
    // Need the ability to grant resources, and connection to Mobile Repository user
    //c = DriverManager.getConnection ("jdbc:oracle:oci8:@WEBTOGO.WORLD", "SYSTEM", "phwphw" );
    // Remote connection. See attached webtogo.ora.
    c = DriverManager.getConnection ("jdbc:oracle:oci8:@WEBTOGO.WORLD.YGG",
    "SYSTEM", "phwphw");
    s = c.createStatement ();
    try
    s.executeUpdate("DROP table FIAFIELD.ZMTR1TBL");
    catch (SQLException ee)
    ee.printStackTrace ();
    try
    s.executeUpdate(CreateTreeTableShortNames);
    catch (SQLException ee)
    ee.printStackTrace ();
    try
    s.executeUpdate("alter table FIAFIELD.ZMTR1TBL add constraint"
    +" zmtr1tbl_pk primary key(subp, tree)");
    catch (SQLException ee)
    ee.printStackTrace ();
    // Line 223 // create consolidator publications.
    try
    // *****!!!!! Unless the Webtogo.ora file is in the current working
    // directory the connection is not made. This version of the resource
    // manager must be looking for the file in the old 8i Mobile default
    // directory. This is a definite problem. If the code was working, the
    // addition of the webtogo.ora should have affect on the functionality
    // of the code.
    // The connection is made to the Mobile Server. At least no exceptions
    // are thrown, provided the webtogo.ora is in the current working
    // directory.
    //oracle.mobile.admin.ResourceManager.openConnection(CONS_SCHEMA, DEFAULT_PASSWORD);
    // I tried making a direct connect to possibly avoid needing to have the
    // webtogo.ora file in the current directory. The direct coonect did not work.
    // You can quickly convince yourself that the webtogo.ora file must
    // be in the current working directory, by running the code with and
    // without the webtogo.ora in the current working directory.
    // The directory OraLiteHome\Mobile\Server\bin is in the PATH after
    // after installation but the extension .ora is not in PATHEXT. The
    // OraLite installer should put .ora in PATHEXT. I tried adding .ora
    // to the PATHEXT, but it still could not find thw webtogo.ora file,
    // and it should have. What is going on? I am a bit rusty on DOS so
    // I may not have thing right.
    // OraLiteHome\Mobile\Server\bin is the residing directory for
    // the functional copy of the webtogo.ora file.
    oracle.mobile.admin.ResourceManager.openConnection(
    CONS_SCHEMA,
    DEFAULT_PASSWORD,
    "jdbc:oracle:oci8:@WEBTOGO.WORLD");
    catch(ResException ee)
    ee.printStackTrace (); // NULL Pointer Exception?
    // The Mobile user is created, and then the function throws a resource exception.
    // This is a serious problem with the code. One would assume that the user
    // is not created if and exception is thrown.
    // This appears to be a bug in the createUser code. The function should return
    // false if the user is not created, and handle, or not throw the exception.
    // The function always returns false. It does return true when a user is created
    // because it throws an exception.
    boolean bIsCreated;
    System.out.println("Begin of why is ResourceManager not dropping users?");
    // Line 277
    try
    // The dropUser function will not drop a user. I have tested the function
    // by creating the user ZMPT1UA in the Mobile Server Control Center
    // http://Yggdrasill.cfr.msstate.edu/webtogo
    // so I know that the user exist.
    // This function throws a ResException but it is not declared correctly
    // since you cannot trap the exception as a ResException. It always tells
    // me the view does not exist. What steps are required to get the function
    // to work? What function calls need to be made prior to calling the dropUser
    // function.
    oracle.mobile.admin.ResourceManager.dropUser("ZMPT1UA");
    catch (Throwable ee)
    ee.printStackTrace (); // NULL Pointer Exception?
    System.out.println("End of why is ResourceManager not dropping users?");
    try
    bIsCreated = oracle.mobile.admin.ResourceManager.createUser(
    "ZMPT1UA",
    DEFAULT_PASSWORD,
    "ZMPT1UA", "S");
    catch (Throwable ee)
    ee.printStackTrace (); // Ignore exception
    // Obsolete or depreciated function, according to documentation?
    oracle.mobile.admin.ResourceManager.commitTransaction();
    // Create CONS_SCHEMA user on the database with the same username, and
    // password as the user on the Mobile Server side. This is why the
    // DriverManager connection was made as SYSTEM/phwphw.
    // Grant ALL to repository, and user on replicated database
    // On the database side there is a user with un = fiafield,
    // and pw = fiafield, which is the same as the Mobile Repository
    // schema name/password pair fiafield/fiafield. Can this duality
    // create a problem? Probably not.
    // Need SYSTEM ADMIN privilages for the next two steps, and that is
    // why the coonection was established as SYSTEM/phwphw.
    // Make user, and grants for Publish to user CONS_SCHEMA, and ZMPT1UA
    System.out.println("Pargress point D");
    try
    s.execute("Create user " + "ZMPT1UA" + " identified by " + DEFAULT_PASSWORD);
    catch (SQLException ee)
    ee.printStackTrace (); // ignore
    try
    s.execute("GRANT ALL ON FIAFIELD.ZMTR1TBL to " + CONS_SCHEMA + " WITH GRANT OPTION");
    catch (SQLException ee)
    ee.printStackTrace (); // ignore
    try
    s.execute("GRANT ALL ON FIAFIELD.ZMTR1TBL to " + "ZMPT1UA" + " WITH GRANT OPTION");
    catch (SQLException ee)
    ee.printStackTrace (); // ignore
    /* This code is not needed to test the code
    // Insert items into table FIAFIELD.ZMTR1TBL from FIAFIELD.HUSKY_TREE
    String Statement =
    "INSERT INTO FIAFIELD.ZMTR1TBL SELECT * from FIAFIELD.HUSKY_TREE WHERE PLOT = 1";
    try
    s.execute(Statement);
    catch (SQLException ee)
    System.out.println("FIAFIELD.HUSKY_TREE was not inserted into FIAFIELD.ZMTR1TBL");
    ee.printStackTrace (); // ignore
    c.commit ();
    catch (SQLException ee)
    ee.printStackTrace ();
    finally
    if (s!= null) try {s.close ();}catch (SQLException e1){}
    if (c!= null) try {c.close ();}catch (SQLException e2){}
    // The Consolidator class is not thread safe, and I will eventually
    // need thread safety. The ConsolidatorManage class is thread safe.
    //Consolidator ConsolidatorXX = new Consolidator();
    ConsolidatorManager ConsolidatorXX = new ConsolidatorManager();
    // Line 386
    // Try opening a connection. Sample11 does not open a connection, but it seems
    // like a logical first thing to do.
    // At least with this connection the DropPublication, and AddPublication functions
    // appear to work, or at least they do not throw exceptions. The DropPublication
    // throws an exception if a publication does not exist? I tested this and indeed
    // if I call the DropPublication function, and do not create the Publication again
    // when I reenter the program the DropPublication function throws an exception, and
    // produces the correct error message(The publication does not exist). There is hope.
    // It is very disturbing that the program fails unless the webtogo.ora file is not
    // in the current working directory. Because the OpenConnection functions of both
    // the ResourceManager, and ConsolidatorManager both appear to need access to the
    // webtogo.ora file, and they are finding them in the current directory, the
    // logical conclusion is that both of the classes are attempting to open the
    // webtogo.ora with the relative path webtogo.ora, and not the absolute path
    // OraHomeLite/Mobile/Server/Bin/webtogo.ora. As this has to be the case, why
    // is this very important fact not in the documentation? Or, am I wrong?
    Connection conn = null;
    try
    //ConsolidatorXX.OpenConnection(CONS_SCHEMA,
    //DEFAULT_PASSWORD);
    //ConsolidatorXX.OpenConnection(CONS_SCHEMA,
    //DEFAULT_PASSWORD,
    //"jdbc:oracle:oci8:@WEBTOGO.WORLD");
    conn = DriverManager.getConnection
    ("jdbc:oracle:oci8:@WEBTOGO.WORLD",
    CONS_SCHEMA,DEFAULT_PASSWORD);
    //conn = DriverManager.getConnection
    //("jdbc:oracle:oci8:@WEBTOGO.WORLD",
    //"SYSTEM","phwphw");
    ConsolidatorXX.OpenConnection(conn);
    catch (Throwable e)
    e.printStackTrace(); //ignore error
    // Publication name
    Publication = "ZMTR1PUB";
    try
    ConsolidatorXX.DeinstantiateSubscription(Publication, "ZMPT1UA");
    catch (Throwable e)
    System.out.println("Could not Deinstantiate Subscription ZMPT1UA");
    e.printStackTrace(); //ignore error
    // Line 448
    // There is no Consolidator.OpenConnection in the orginal sample11.java code.
    // Why?. It appears to be neccessary. The only way I can make the sample11 code
    // or this program work is to open a jdbc connection with the Consolidator.OpenConnection
    // function. I assume that somehow the Consolidator.OpenConnection function was
    // deleted from sample11.java.
    // This try to drop a publication index does not work, because when I try
    // to recreate the index in the following code it warns me that I have a
    // bad column name for the index. So it thinks the index still exist.
    // Why?. How do I get rid of the index?
    try
    ConsolidatorXX.DropPublicationItemIndex("ZMTR1IX1");
    catch (Throwable e)
    e.printStackTrace(); //ignore error
    try
    ConsolidatorXX.DropPublicationItem("ZMTR1ITM");
    catch (Throwable e)
    e.printStackTrace(); //ignore error
    try
    ConsolidatorXX.DropPublication(Publication);
    catch (Throwable e)
    e.printStackTrace(); //ignore error
    try
    //ConsolidatorXX.CreatePublication(Publication, Consolidator.OKPI_CREATOR_ID,
    //"zMTR1.%s", null);
    ConsolidatorXX.CreatePublication(Publication, Consolidator.OKAPI_WINCE,
    "zMTR1.%s", null);
    catch (Throwable e)
    e.printStackTrace(); //ignore error
    try
    ConsolidatorXX.DropPublicationItemIndex("ZMTR1IX1");
    catch (Throwable e)
    e.printStackTrace(); //ignore error
    try
    ConsolidatorXX.CreatePublicationItem("ZMTR1ITM","FIAFIELD","ZMTR1TBL", "F",
    "SELECT * FROM FIAFIELD.ZMTR1TBL", null, null);
    catch (Throwable e)
    e.printStackTrace();
    System.out.println("Begin of how can drop this index and get rid of the warning?");
    // Line 522
    // I defined the index ZMTR1IX1 originally on the variable subp, and did not get
    // any warning. I then changed the index variable for the index to id, and started
    // receiving the warning to check the index column for typographical errors. Even
    // if I change the index variable back to subp, I continue to receive the warning.
    // How do I get rid of the index and the warning, so I can recreate the index for
    // another variable? I quess the real question is "How to I completely remove a
    // publication, and all of its parts so I can start over?
    try
    ConsolidatorXX.CreatePublicationItemIndex(
    "ZMTR1IX1", "ZMTR1ITM", "I", "id");
    catch (Throwable e)
    e.printStackTrace ();
    System.out.println("End of how can drop this index and get rid of the warning?");
    try
    ConsolidatorXX.AddPublicationItem(
    Publication, "ZMTR1ITM", null, null, "S", null, null);
    catch (Throwable e)
    e.printStackTrace ();
    try
    ConsolidatorXX.CreateSubscription(Publication, "ZMPT1UA");
    catch (Throwable e)
    e.printStackTrace ();
    try
    ConsolidatorXX.InstantiateSubscription(Publication, "ZMPT1UA");
    catch (Throwable e)
    e.printStackTrace ();
    try
    ConsolidatorXX.CloseConnection();
    if(conn != null)
    conn.close();
    catch (Throwable e)
    e.printStackTrace(); //ignore error
    // Obsolete or depreciated function, according to documentation?
    oracle.mobile.admin.ResourceManager.commitTransaction();
    oracle.mobile.admin.ResourceManager.closeConnection();
    End of Publish.java code     
    Begin Compile.bat
    set CLASSPATH = .;D:\jdk1.4.0\lib\tools.jar;D:\OraLite501\MOBILE\classes\CONSOLIDATOR.JAR;D:\OraLite501\MOBILE\SERVER\BIN\WEBTOGO.JAR;D:\OraLite501\jdbc\lib\classes12.zip;D:\OraLite501\MOBILE\classes\classgen.jar;D:\OraLite501\MOBILE\classes\servlet.jar;D:\OraLite501\MOBILE\CLASSES\OLITE40.JAR
    set PATH= d:\jdk1.4.0\jre\bin\server;d:\jdk1.4.0\bin;D:\OraLite501\bin;D:\OraLite501\Mobile\Server\bin;D:\oracle\ora92\bin;D:\OraLite501\MOBILE\sdk\bin
    d:\jdk1.4.0\bin\javac Publish.java
    End Compile.bat          
    Begin Run.bat
    set CLASSPATH= .;D:\jdk1.4.0\lib\tools.jar;D:\OraLite501\MOBILE\classes\CONSOLIDATOR.JAR;D:\OraLite501\MOBILE\SERVER\BIN\WEBTOGO.JAR;D:\OraLite501\jdbc\lib\classes12.zip;D:\OraLite501\MOBILE\classes\classgen.jar;D:\OraLite501\MOBILE\classes\servlet.jar;D:\OraLite501\MOBILE\CLASSES\OLITE40.JAR
    set PATH= d:\jdk1.4.0\jre\bin\server;d:\jdk1.4.0\bin;D:\OraLite501\bin;D:\OraLite501\Mobile\Server\bin;D:\oracle\ora92\bin;D:\OraLite501\MOBILE\sdk\bin
    d:\jdk1.4.0\bin\java Publish
    End Run.bat
    Begin webtogo.ora
    USE_SYSTEM_CLASSPATH = NO
    MODE = SERVER
    PORT = 80
    BASE_URL=/webtogo
    ADMIN_TNS_NAME=WEBTOGO.WORLD
    ADMIN_JDBC_URL=jdbc:oracle:oci8:@WEBTOGO.WORLD
    APPLET_USE_THIN_JDBC = YES
    THIN_JDBC_URL=jdbc:oracle:thin:@YGGDRASILL:1521:FIA.YGGDRASILL.CFR.MSSTATE.EDU
    SITE_OFFLINE_PERIOD=0
    CUSTOM_WORKSPACE=no
    CUSTOM_DIRECTORY=myworkspace
    DEFAULT_PAGE=myfirstpage.html
    ADMIN_USER=8B37E78535B55525292A3A2929292999
    ADMIN_PASSWORD=873515A838B85828292A3A2929292999
    [EXTERNAL_AUTHENTICATION]
    #CLASS=com.acme.SampleAuthenticator
    # Web-to-go workspace's font
    FONT_NAME=Arial
    [FILESYSTEM]
    #ROOT_DIR=%WEBTOGO_HOME%\server
    #TYPE=O8
    #TYPE=OL
    #TYPE=OS
    # Cache size in MBs
    #CACHE_SIZE=10
    MAX_CONNECTIONS=4
    [DEBUG]
    #ENABLE=YES
    # The log file name.
    #LOG_FILE=test.log
    # Machine name and port where wsh.exe -m is running. Web-to-go
    # will send debug output to that machine.
    #MACHINE=
    #PORT=100
    [APPLICATIONS]
    XMLFILE = ws1.xml
    PACK_HELP=D:\OraLite501\mobile\doc\wtg\html\wtgdep.htm
    [PUBLIC]
    oracle.lite.sync.ConsolidatorServlet=/Consolidator
    [CONSOLIDATOR]
    # Installer will change these values
    SERVER_VERSION=8.1.5
    # 8.0.5 or 8.1.5
    # Installer won't change these values
    MAX_THREADS=3
    JDBC_DRIVER=oracle.jdbc.driver.OracleDriver
    CREATE_USER_OPTIONS_O8I=PROFILE CONSOLIDATOR_CLIENT_P DEFAULT TABLESPACE USERS QUOTA UNLIMITED ON USERS TEMPORARY TABLESPACE INDX QUOTA UNLIMITED ON INDX
    CREATE_USER_OPTIONS_O8=PROFILE CONSOLIDATOR_CLIENT_P DEFAULT TABLESPACE USR QUOTA UNLIMITED ON USR
    TEMPORARY TABLESPACE TEMPORARY QUOTA UNLIMITED ON TEMPORARY
    TEMP=c:\\temp
    WTG_PROXY_PORT=80
    TRACE=NO
    TRACE_ALL=NO
    End webtogo.ora
    Begin Mobile Server tnsnames.ora file
    # TNSNAMES.ORA Network Configuration File: D:\OraLite501\network\admin\tnsnames.ora
    # Generated by Oracle configuration tools.
    WEBTOGO.WORLD =
    (DESCRIPTION =
    (ADDRESS_LIST =
    (ADDRESS = (PROTOCOL = TCP)(HOST = YGGDRASILL.CFR.MSSTATE.EDU)(PORT = 1521))
    (CONNECT_DATA =
    (SERVICE_NAME = FIA.YGGDRASILL.CFR.MSSTATE.EDU)
    WEBTOGO.WORLD.YGG =
    (DESCRIPTION =
    (ADDRESS_LIST =
    (ADDRESS = (PROTOCOL = TCP)(HOST = YGGDRASILL.CFR.MSSTATE.EDU)(PORT = 1521))
    (CONNECT_DATA =
    (SERVICE_NAME = FIA.YGGDRASILL.CFR.MSSTATE.EDU)
    End Mobile Server tnsnames.ora file
    Begin Database tnsnames.ora file
    # TNSNAMES.ORA Network Configuration File: D:\oracle\ora92\network\admin\tnsnames.ora
    # Generated by Oracle configuration tools.
    INST1_HTTP.CFR.MSSTATE.EDU =
    (DESCRIPTION =
    (ADDRESS_LIST =
    (ADDRESS = (PROTOCOL = TCP)(HOST = yggdrasill)(PORT = 1521))
    (CONNECT_DATA =
    (SERVER = SHARED)
    (SERVICE_NAME = MODOSE)
    (PRESENTATION = http://HRService)
    FIA.CFR.MSSTATE.EDU =
    (DESCRIPTION =
    (ADDRESS_LIST =
    (ADDRESS = (PROTOCOL = TCP)(HOST = yggdrasill)(PORT = 1521))
    (CONNECT_DATA =
    (SERVER = DEDICATED)
    (SERVICE_NAME = FIA.YGGDRASILL.CFR.MSSTATE.EDU)
    FIA.YGGDRASILL.CFR.MSSTATE.EDU =
    (DESCRIPTION =
    (ADDRESS_LIST =
    (ADDRESS = (PROTOCOL = TCP)(HOST = yggdrasill.cfr.msstate.edu)(PORT = 1521))
    (CONNECT_DATA =
    (SERVER = DEDICATED)
    (SERVICE_NAME = FIA.YGGDRASILL.CFR.MSSTATE.EDU)
    FIA =
    (DESCRIPTION =
    (ADDRESS_LIST =
    (ADDRESS = (PROTOCOL = TCP)(HOST = yggdrasill)(PORT = 1521))
    (CONNECT_DATA =
    (SERVER = DEDICATED)
    (SERVICE_NAME = FIA.YGGDRASILL.CFR.MSSTATE.EDU)
    FIA.YGG =
    (DESCRIPTION =
    (ADDRESS_LIST =
    (ADDRESS = (PROTOCOL = TCP)(HOST = yggdrasill.cfr.msstate.edu)(PORT = 1521))
    (CONNECT_DATA =
    (SERVER = DEDICATED)
    (SERVICE_NAME = FIA.YGGDRASILL.CFR.MSSTATE.EDU)
    EXTPROC_CONNECTION_DATA.CFR.MSSTATE.EDU =
    (DESCRIPTION =
    (ADDRESS_LIST =
    (ADDRESS = (PROTOCOL = IPC)(KEY = EXTPROC0))
    (CONNECT_DATA =
    (SID = PLSExtProc)
    (PRESENTATION = RO)
    End Database tnsnames.ora file

    Dear Oracle technical representative, or user:
    I need to programmatically create, and remove publications using the pure JAVA classes of Consolidator, ConsolidatorManager, and ResourceManager for the Mobile Server in OracleLite 9i Release 5.0.1. On the creation side I have managed to get the example found in the directory OraLite501\Mobile\Server\Sample\Sample11 functioning using my installation parameters. I had a very difficult time of it because (1) the sample11 code fails to open an jdbc connection to the Mobile Server Repository Schema with the function Consolidator.OpenConnection, and (2) the ResourceManager function openConnection will not work unless the Webtogo.ora file is in the current working directory. The ConsolidatorManager function OpenConnection may also not work unless the Webtogo.ora file is in the current working directory, but I did test the hypothesis. Both of these problems need to be addressed in the sample11 code, and documentation to save other software developers from wasting hours of their valuable time. See line 223, 386, and 448 in the Publish.Java code that follows this problem description.
    With the above two problems resolved, I can now programmatically create publications, but no hints on how to programmatically remove a publication exist in the documentation. The application I am developing will require the dynamic creation, and removal of publications. Also, when developing applications the complete removal of a publication is absolutely necessary when you have botched a publication. Thus my first question is What sequence of ResourceManager, and ConsolidatorManager function calls will completely remove a Publication?.
    I also have two issues remaining with the code that I have so far developed. These issues will most likely be resolved, when I obtain instructions on how to completely remove a publication, and associated users. But, perhaps not. Referencing the Publish.java file that follows this problem description,
         1. The ResourceManager function dropUser does not drop a user. See my comments, and code beginning at line 277 in Publish.java. Do I need to de-instantiate all subscriptions, and unsubscribe all subscription users before calling this function.? I think, I tried the de-instantiate, unsubscribe sequence without success, but in the confusion I may not have made the try.
         2. How do I get rid of an index created with the ConsolidatorManager function DropPublicationItemIndex?. My comments on this problem begin at line 522 in Publish.java. For some reason the DropPublicationItemIndex function call made below line 448 does not work. What function calls are required prior to calling the DropPublicationItemIndex function?
    Throughout the Publish.java code, I have made comments about some of the problems that I have had in getting the sample11 code working for my installation parameters. I think these comments should help the programmers maintaining the ResourceManager, and ConsolidatorManager code improve the stability of the programs. Please pass these comments, and attached files to the appropriate individuals,
    if you are in a position to do so.
    The other files that follow the Publish.java code are
         1. Compile.bat - Compiles Publish.java using j2sdk1.4.0.
         2. Run.bat - Executes Publish using \ j2sdk1.4.0\jre\server\jvm.dll.
         3. Webtogo.ora
         4. tnsnames.ora for the Mobile Server.
         5. tnsnames.ora for the Database.
    Feel free to access my server if you need to do so in resolving my problems. The parameters you will need to gain access can be found at the top of Publish.java, and in the included *.ora files.
    Thanks,
    Thomas G. Matney
    [email protected]
    (662)325-2791
    //Start of Publish.java code
    // Oracle HTTP Server URL = http://yggdrasill.cfr.msstate.edu:7778
    // = http://130.18.168.225:7778
    // Mobile Server URL = http://yggdrasill.cfr.msstate.edu/webtogo/startup
    // = http://130.18.168.225/webtogo/startup
    // Mobile Server Control Center URL = http://yggdrasill.cfr.msstate.edu/webtogo
    // = http://130.18.168.225/webtogo
    // Mobile Server Control Center URL = http://yggdrasill.cfr.msstate.edu/webtogo
    // = http://130.18.168.225/webtogo
    // Mobile Server Control Center username = administrator
    // Mobile Server Control Center password = admin
    // Mobile Server URL = http://yggdrasill.cfr.msstate.edu/webtogo/startup
    // = http://130.18.168.225/webtogo/startup
    // Mobile administrator username = fiafield // Schema FIAFIELD on FIA.CFR.MSSTATE.EDU
    // Mobile administrator password = fiafield // Username and password are the same
    import java.sql.SQLException;
    import java.sql.*;
    import oracle.lite.sync.Consolidator;
    import oracle.lite.sync.ConsolidatorManager;
    import oracle.mobile.admin.ResourceManager;
    import oracle.mobile.admin.ResException;
    import oracle.sql.*;
    import oracle.jdbc.*;
    import oracle.mobile.admin.*;
    public class Publish
    // Schema names and usernames are not case sensitive.
    // UN fiafield = FIAFIELD
    // SCHEMA fiafield = FIAFIELD
    // Schema name/Username, and password used on creation of Mobile Repository
    static String CONS_SCHEMA = "fiafield";
    static String DEFAULT_PASSWORD = "fiafield";
    static String admin_jdbc_url = "jdbc:oracle:oci8:@WEBTOGO.WORLD";
    static String thin_jdbc_url =
    "jdbc:oracle:thin:@YGGDRASILL:1521:FIA.YGGDRASILL.CFR.MSSTATE.EDU";
    static String Publication;
    static String CreateTreeTableShortNames =
    "CREATE TABLE FIAFIELD.ZMTR1TBL("
    + "id FLOAT,"
    + "subp FLOAT,"
    + "rnum FLOAT,"
    + "st FLOAT,"
    + "unit FLOAT,"
    + "cnty FLOAT,"
    + "plot FLOAT,"
    + "cyc FLOAT,"
    + "scyc FLOAT,"
    + "tree FLOAT,"
    + "ncpt FLOAT NULL,"
    + "dist FLOAT NULL,"
    + "diam FLOAT NULL,"
    + "dmht FLOAT NULL,"
    + "dmck FLOAT NULL,"
    + "spec FLOAT NULL,"
    + "lang FLOAT NULL,"
    + "nctc FLOAT NULL,"
    + "stat FLOAT NULL,"
    + "util FLOAT NULL,"
    + "deca FLOAT NULL,"
    + "crat FLOAT NULL,"
    + "ccls FLOAT NULL,"
    + "az FLOAT NULL,"
    + "cond FLOAT NULL,"
    + "tlen FLOAT NULL,"
    + "alen FLOAT NULL,"
    + "lmet FLOAT NULL,"
    + "nctg FLOAT NULL,"
    + "rcul FLOAT NULL,"
    + "ncpd FLOAT NULL,"
    + "dead FLOAT NULL,"
    + "mor FLOAT NULL,"
    + "modm FLOAT NULL,"
    + "dml1 FLOAT NULL,"
    + "dmt1 FLOAT NULL,"
    + "dms1 FLOAT NULL,"
    + "dma1 FLOAT NULL,"
    + "dml2 FLOAT NULL,"
    + "dmt2 FLOAT NULL,"
    + "dms2 FLOAT NULL,"
    + "dma2 FLOAT NULL,"
    + "dml3 FLOAT NULL,"
    + "dmt3 FLOAT NULL,"
    + "dms3 FLOAT NULL,"
    + "dma3 FLOAT NULL,"
    + "dbtr FLOAT NULL,"
    + "dbsp FLOAT NULL,"
    + "nxtn FLOAT NULL,"
    + "dbds FLOAT NULL,"
    + "dbaz FLOAT NULL,"
    + "psta FLOAT NULL,"
    + "fiat FLOAT NULL,"
    + "fhmt FLOAT NULL"
    + ")";
    static String CreateTreeTableLongNames =
    "CREATE TABLE FIAFIELD.ZMTR1TBL("
    + "ID FLOAT,"
    + "SUBPLOT FLOAT,"
    + "RECORD_NUMBER FLOAT,"
    + "STATE FLOAT,"
    + "UNIT FLOAT,"
    + "COUNTY FLOAT,"
    + "PLOT FLOAT,"
    + "CYCLE FLOAT,"
    + "SUBCYCLE FLOAT,"
    + "TREE FLOAT,"
    + "NC_PLOT_TYPE FLOAT,"
    + "DISTANCE FLOAT NULL,"
    + "DIAMETER FLOAT NULL,"
    + "DIAMETER_HEIGHT FLOAT NULL,"
    + "DIAMETER_CHECK FLOAT NULL,"
    + "SPECIES FLOAT NULL,"
    + "LEAN_ANGLE FLOAT NULL,"
    + "NC_TREE_CLASS FLOAT NULL,"
    + "STATUS FLOAT NULL,"
    + "UTILIZATION FLOAT NULL,"
    + "DECAY FLOAT NULL,"
    + "CROWN_RATIO FLOAT NULL,"
    + "CROWN_CLASS FLOAT NULL,"
    + "AZIMUTH FLOAT NULL,"
    + "CONDITION FLOAT NULL,"
    + "TOTAL_LENGTH FLOAT NULL,"
    + "ACTUAL_LENGTH FLOAT NULL,"
    + "LENGTH_METHOD FLOAT NULL,"
    + "NC_TREE_GRADE FLOAT NULL,"
    + "ROTTEN_CULL FLOAT NULL,"
    + "NC_PREVIOUS_DBH FLOAT NULL,"
    + "CAUSE_OF_DEATH FLOAT NULL,"
    + "MORTALITY_YEAR FLOAT NULL,"
    + "MO_DAMAGE FLOAT NULL,"
    + "DAMAGE_LOCATION1 FLOAT NULL,"
    + "DAMAGE_TYPE1 FLOAT NULL,"
    + "DAMAGE_SEVERITY1 FLOAT NULL,"
    + "NC_DAMAGE_AGENT1 FLOAT NULL,"
    + "DAMAGE_LOCATION2 FLOAT NULL,"
    + "DAMAGE_TYPE2 FLOAT NULL,"
    + "DAMAGE_SEVERITY2 FLOAT NULL,"
    + "NC_DAMAGE_AGENT2 FLOAT NULL,"
    + "DAMAGE_LOCATION3 FLOAT NULL,"
    + "DAMAGE_TYPE3 FLOAT NULL,"
    + "DAMAGE_SEVERITY3 FLOAT NULL,"
    + "NC_DAMAGE_AGENT3 FLOAT NULL,"
    + "DB_TREE FLOAT NULL,"
    + "DB_SPECIES FLOAT NULL,"
    + "NEXT_NUMBER FLOAT NULL,"
    + "DB_DISTANCE FLOAT NULL,"
    + "DB_AZIMUTH FLOAT NULL,"
    + "PREVIOUS_STATUS FLOAT NULL,"
    + "FIA_TREE_NUMBER FLOAT NULL,"
    + "FHM_TREE FLOAT NULL"
    + ")";
    public static void main(String argv[]) throws Throwable
    // Publish - an OKAPI sample
    if(argv.length == 2)
    CONS_SCHEMA = argv[0] ;
    DEFAULT_PASSWORD = argv[1] ;
    //create required tables using standard jdbc
    //DriverManager.registerDriver ((Driver)Class.forName ("oracle.jdbc.driver.OracleDriver").newInstance ());
    DriverManager.registerDriver (new oracle.jdbc.driver.OracleDriver());
    Connection c = null;
    Statement s = null;
    try
    // Open connection to Mobile Repositoty/FIAFIELD schema as SYSTEM.
    // Need the ability to grant resources, and connection to Mobile Repository user
    //c = DriverManager.getConnection ("jdbc:oracle:oci8:@WEBTOGO.WORLD", "SYSTEM", "phwphw" );
    // Remote connection. See attached webtogo.ora.
    c = DriverManager.getConnection ("jdbc:oracle:oci8:@WEBTOGO.WORLD.YGG",
    "SYSTEM", "phwphw");
    s = c.createStatement ();
    try
    s.executeUpdate("DROP table FIAFIELD.ZMTR1TBL");
    catch (SQLException ee)
    ee.printStackTrace ();
    try
    s.executeUpdate(CreateTreeTableShortNames);
    catch (SQLException ee)
    ee.printStackTrace ();
    try
    s.executeUpdate("alter table FIAFIELD.ZMTR1TBL add constraint"
    +" zmtr1tbl_pk primary key(subp, tree)");
    catch (SQLException ee)
    ee.printStackTrace ();
    // Line 223 // create consolidator publications.
    try
    // *****!!!!! Unless the Webtogo.ora file is in the current working
    // directory the connection is not made. This version of the resource
    // manager must be looking for the file in the old 8i Mobile default
    // directory. This is a definite problem. If the code was working, the
    // addition of the webtogo.ora should have affect on the functionality
    // of the code.
    // The connection is made to the Mobile Server. At least no exceptions
    // are thrown, provided the webtogo.ora is in the current working
    // directory.
    //oracle.mobile.admin.ResourceManager.openConnection(CONS_SCHEMA, DEFAULT_PASSWORD);
    // I tried making a direct connect to possibly avoid needing to have the
    // webtogo.ora file in the current directory. The direct coonect did not work.
    // You can quickly convince yourself that the webtogo.ora file must
    // be in the current working directory, by running the code with and
    // without the webtogo.ora in the current working directory.
    // The directory OraLiteHome\Mobile\Server\bin is in the PATH after
    // after installation but the extension .ora is not in PATHEXT. The
    // OraLite installer should put .ora in PATHEXT. I tried adding .ora
    // to the PATHEXT, but it still could not find thw webtogo.ora file,
    // and it should have. What is going on? I am a bit rusty on DOS so
    // I may not have thing right.
    // OraLiteHome\Mobile\Server\bin is the residing directory for
    // the functional copy of the webtogo.ora file.
    oracle.mobile.admin.ResourceManager.openConnection(
    CONS_SCHEMA,
    DEFAULT_PASSWORD,
    "jdbc:oracle:oci8:@WEBTOGO.WORLD");
    catch(ResException ee)
    ee.printStackTrace (); // NULL Pointer Exception?
    // The Mobile user is created, and then the function throws a resource exception.
    // This is a serious problem with the code. One would assume that the user
    // is not created if and exception is thrown.
    // This appears to be a bug in the createUser code. The function should return
    // false if the user is not created, and handle, or not throw the exception.
    // The function always returns false. It does return true when a user is created
    // because it throws an exception.
    boolean bIsCreated;
    System.out.println("Begin of why is ResourceManager not dropping users?");
    // Line 277
    try
    // The dropUser function will not drop a user. I have tested the function
    // by creating the user ZMPT1UA in the Mobile Server Control Center
    // http://Yggdrasill.cfr.msstate.edu/webtogo
    // so I know that the user exist.
    // This function throws a ResException but it is not declared correctly
    // since you cannot trap the exception as a ResException. It always tells
    // me the view does not exist. What steps are required to get the function
    // to work? What function calls need to be made prior to calling the dropUser
    // function.
    oracle.mobile.admin.ResourceManager.dropUser("ZMPT1UA");
    catch (Throwable ee)
    ee.printStackTrace (); // NULL Pointer Exception?
    System.out.println("End of why is ResourceManager not dropping users?");
    try
    bIsCreated = oracle.mobile.admin.ResourceManager.createUser(
    "ZMPT1UA",
    DEFAULT_PASSWORD,
    "ZMPT1UA", "S");
    catch (Throwable ee)
    ee.printStackTrace (); // Ignore exception
    // Obsolete or depreciated function, according to documentation?
    oracle.mobile.admin.ResourceManager.commitTransaction();
    // Create CONS_SCHEMA user on the database with the same username, and
    // password as the user on the Mobile Server side. This is why the
    // DriverManager connection was made as SYSTEM/phwphw.
    // Grant ALL to repository, and user on replicated database
    // On the database side there is a user with un = fiafield,
    // and pw = fiafield, which is the same as the Mobile Repository
    // schema name/password pair fiafield/fiafield. Can this duality
    // create a problem? Probably not.
    // Need SYSTEM ADMIN privilages for the next two steps, and that is
    // why the coonection was established as SYSTEM/phwphw.
    // Make user, and grants for Publish to user CONS_SCHEMA, and ZMPT1UA
    System.out.println("Pargress point D");
    try
    s.execute("Create user " + "ZMPT1UA" + " identified by " + DEFAULT_PASSWORD);
    catch (SQLException ee)
    ee.printStackTrace (); // ignore
    try
    s.execute("GRANT ALL ON FIAFIELD.ZMTR1TBL to " + CONS_SCHEMA + " WITH GRANT OPTION");
    catch (SQLException ee)
    ee.printStackTrace (); // ignore
    try
    s.execute("GRANT ALL ON FIAFIELD.ZMTR1TBL to " + "ZMPT1UA" + " WITH GRANT OPTION");
    catch (SQLException ee)
    ee.printStackTrace (); // ignore
    /* This code is not needed to test the code
    // Insert items into table FIAFIELD.ZMTR1TBL from FIAFIELD.HUSKY_TREE
    String Statement =
    "INSERT INTO FIAFIELD.ZMTR1TBL SELECT * from FIAFIELD.HUSKY_TREE WHERE PLOT = 1";
    try
    s.execute(Statement);
    catch (SQLException ee)
    System.out.println("FIAFIELD.HUSKY_TREE was not inserted into FIAFIELD.ZMTR1TBL");
    ee.printStackTrace (); // ignore
    c.commit ();
    catch (SQLException ee)
    ee.printStackTrace ();
    finally
    if (s!= null) try {s.close ();}catch (SQLException e1){}
    if (c!= null) try {c.close ();}catch (SQLException e2){}
    // The Consolidator class is not thread safe, and I will eventually
    // need thread safety. The ConsolidatorManage class is thread safe.
    //Consolidator ConsolidatorXX = new Consolidator();
    ConsolidatorManager ConsolidatorXX = new ConsolidatorManager();
    // Line 386
    // Try opening a connection. Sample11 does not open a connection, but it seems
    // like a logical first thing to do.
    // At least with this connection the DropPublication, and AddPublication functions
    // appear to work, or at least they do not throw exceptions. The DropPublication
    // throws an exception if a publication does not exist? I tested this and indeed
    // if I call the DropPublication function, and do not create the Publication again
    // when I reenter the program the DropPublication function throws an exception, and
    // produces the correct error message(The publication does not exist). There is hope.
    // It is very disturbing that the program fails unless the webtogo.ora file is not
    // in the current working directory. Because the OpenConnection functions of both
    // the ResourceManager, and ConsolidatorManager both appear to need access to the
    // webtogo.ora file, and they are finding them in the current directory, the
    // logical conclusion is that both of the classes are attempting to open the
    // webtogo.ora with the relative path webtogo.ora, and not the absolute path
    // OraHomeLite/Mobile/Server/Bin/webtogo.ora. As this has to be the case, why
    // is this very important fact not in the documentation? Or, am I wrong?
    Connection conn = null;
    try
    //ConsolidatorXX.OpenConnection(CONS_SCHEMA,
    //DEFAULT_PASSWORD);
    //ConsolidatorXX.OpenConnection(CONS_SCHEMA,
    //DEFAULT_PASSWORD,
    //"jdbc:oracle:oci8:@WEBTOGO.WORLD");
    conn = DriverManager.getConnection
    ("jdbc:oracle:oci8:@WEBTOGO.WORLD",
    CONS_SCHEMA,DEFAULT_PASSWORD);
    //conn = DriverManager.getConnection
    //("jdbc:oracle:oci8:@WEBTOGO.WORLD",
    //"SYSTEM","phwphw");
    ConsolidatorXX.OpenConnection(conn);
    catch (Throwable e)
    e.printStackTrace(); //ignore error
    // Publication name
    Publication = "ZMTR1PUB";
    try
    ConsolidatorXX.DeinstantiateSubscription(Publication, "ZMPT1UA");
    catch (Throwable e)
    System.out.println("Could not Deinstantiate Subscription ZMPT1UA");
    e.printStackTrace(); //ignore error
    // Line 448
    // There is no Consolidator.OpenConnection in the orginal sample11.java code.
    // Why?. It appears to be neccessary. The only way I can make the sample11 code
    // or this program work is to open a jdbc connection with the Consolidator.OpenConnection
    // function. I assume that somehow the Consolidator.OpenConnection function was
    // deleted from sample11.java.
    // This try to drop a publication index does not work, because when I try
    // to recreate the index in the following code it warns me that I have a
    // bad column name for the index. So it thinks the index still exist.
    // Why?. How do I get rid of the index?
    try
    ConsolidatorXX.DropPublicationItemIndex("ZMTR1IX1");
    catch (Throwable e)
    e.printStackTrace(); //ignore error
    try
    ConsolidatorXX.DropPublicationItem("ZMTR1ITM");
    catch (Throwable e)
    e.printStackTrace(); //ignore error
    try
    ConsolidatorXX.DropPublication(Publication);
    catch (Throwable e)
    e.printStackTrace(); //ignore error
    try
    //ConsolidatorXX.CreatePublication(Publication, Consolidator.OKPI_CREATOR_ID,
    //"zMTR1.%s", null);
    ConsolidatorXX.CreatePublication(Publication, Consolidator.OKAPI_WINCE,
    "zMTR1.%s", null);
    catch (Throwable e)
    e.printStackTrace(); //ignore error
    try
    ConsolidatorXX.DropPublicationItemIndex("ZMTR1IX1");
    catch (Throwable e)
    e.printStackTrace(); //ignore error
    try
    ConsolidatorXX.CreatePublicationItem("ZMTR1ITM","FIAFIELD","ZMTR1TBL", "F",
    "SELECT * FROM FIAFIELD.ZMTR1TBL", null, null);
    catch (Throwable e)
    e.printStackTrace();
    System.out.println("Begin of how can drop this index and get rid of the warning?");
    // Line 522
    // I defined the index ZMTR1IX1 originally on the variable subp, and did not get
    // any warning. I then changed the index variable for the index to id, and started
    // receiving the warning to check the index column for typographical errors. Even
    // if I change the index variable back to subp, I continue to receive the warning.
    // How do I get rid of the index and the warning, so I can recreate the index for
    // another variable? I quess the real question is "How to I completely remove a
    // publication, and all of its parts so I can start over?
    try
    ConsolidatorXX.CreatePublicationItemIndex(
    "ZMTR1IX1", "ZMTR1ITM", "I", "id");
    catch (Throwable e)
    e.printStackTrace ();
    System.out.println("End of how can drop this index and get rid of the warning?");
    try
    ConsolidatorXX.AddPublicationItem(
    Publication, "ZMTR1ITM", null, null, "S", null, null);
    catch (Throwable e)
    e.printStackTrace ();
    try
    ConsolidatorXX.CreateSubscription(Publication, "ZMPT1UA");
    catch (Throwable e)
    e.printStackTrace ();
    try
    ConsolidatorXX.InstantiateSubscription(Publication, "ZMPT1UA");
    catch (Throwable e)
    e.printStackTrace ();
    try
    ConsolidatorXX.CloseConnection();
    if(conn != null)
    conn.close();
    catch (Throwable e)
    e.printStackTrace(); //ignore error
    // Obsolete or depreciated function, according to documentation?
    oracle.mobile.admin.ResourceManager.commitTransaction();
    oracle.mobile.admin.ResourceManager.closeConnection();
    End of Publish.java code     
    Begin Compile.bat
    set CLASSPATH = .;D:\jdk1.4.0\lib\tools.jar;D:\OraLite501\MOBILE\classes\CONSOLIDATOR.JAR;D:\OraLite501\MOBILE\SERVER\BIN\WEBTOGO.JAR;D:\OraLite501\jdbc\lib\classes12.zip;D:\OraLite501\MOBILE\classes\classgen.jar;D:\OraLite501\MOBILE\classes\servlet.jar;D:\OraLite501\MOBILE\CLASSES\OLITE40.JAR
    set PATH= d:\jdk1.4.0\jre\bin\server;d:\jdk1.4.0\bin;D:\OraLite501\bin;D:\OraLite501\Mobile\Server\bin;D:\oracle\ora92\bin;D:\OraLite501\MOBILE\sdk\bin
    d:\jdk1.4.0\bin\javac Publish.java
    End Compile.bat          
    Begin Run.bat
    set CLASSPATH= .;D:\jdk1.4.0\lib\tools.jar;D:\OraLite501\MOBILE\classes\CONSOLIDATOR.JAR;D:\OraLite501\MOBILE\SERVER\BIN\WEBTOGO.JAR;D:\OraLite501\jdbc\lib\classes12.zip;D:\OraLite501\MOBILE\classes\classgen.jar;D:\OraLite501\MOBILE\classes\servlet.jar;D:\OraLite501\MOBILE\CLASSES\OLITE40.JAR
    set PATH= d:\jdk1.4.0\jre\bin\server;d:\jdk1.4.0\bin;D:\OraLite501\bin;D:\OraLite501\Mobile\Server\bin;D:\oracle\ora92\bin;D:\OraLite501\MOBILE\sdk\bin
    d:\jdk1.4.0\bin\java Publish
    End Run.bat
    Begin webtogo.ora
    USE_SYSTEM_CLASSPATH = NO
    MODE = SERVER
    PORT = 80
    BASE_URL=/webtogo
    ADMIN_TNS_NAME=WEBTOGO.WORLD
    ADMIN_JDBC_URL=jdbc:oracle:oci8:@WEBTOGO.WORLD
    APPLET_USE_THIN_JDBC = YES
    THIN_JDBC_URL=jdbc:oracle:thin:@YGGDRASILL:1521:FIA.YGGDRASILL.CFR.MSSTATE.EDU
    SITE_OFFLINE_PERIOD=0
    CUSTOM_WORKSPACE=no
    CUSTOM_DIRECTORY=myworkspace
    DEFAULT_PAGE=myfirstpage.html
    ADMIN_USER=8B37E78535B55525292A3A2929292999
    ADMIN_PASSWORD=873515A838B85828292A3A2929292999
    [EXTERNAL_AUTHENTICATION]
    #CLASS=com.acme.SampleAuthenticator
    # Web-to-go workspace's font
    FONT_NAME=Arial
    [FILESYSTEM]
    #ROOT_DIR=%WEBTOGO_HOME%\server
    #TYPE=O8
    #TYPE=OL
    #TYPE=OS
    # Cache size in MBs
    #CACHE_SIZE=10
    MAX_CONNECTIONS=4
    [DEBUG]
    #ENABLE=YES
    # The log file name.
    #LOG_FILE=test.log
    # Machine name and port where wsh.exe -m is running. Web-to-go
    # will send debug output to that machine.
    #MACHINE=
    #PORT=100
    [APPLICATIONS]
    XMLFILE = ws1.xml
    PACK_HELP=D:\OraLite501\mobile\doc\wtg\html\wtgdep.htm
    [PUBLIC]
    oracle.lite.sync.ConsolidatorServlet=/Consolidator
    [CONSOLIDATOR]
    # Installer will change these values
    SERVER_VERSION=8.1.5
    # 8.0.5 or 8.1.5
    # Installer won't change these values
    MAX_THREADS=3
    JDBC_DRIVER=oracle.jdbc.driver.OracleDriver
    CREATE_USER_OPTIONS_O8I=PROFILE CONSOLIDATOR_CLIENT_P DEFAULT TABLESPACE USERS QUOTA UNLIMITED ON USERS TEMPORARY TABLESPACE INDX QUOTA UNLIMITED ON INDX
    CREATE_USER_OPTIONS_O8=PROFILE CONSOLIDATOR_CLIENT_P DEFAULT TABLESPACE USR QUOTA UNLIMITED ON USR
    TEMPORARY TABLESPACE TEMPORARY QUOTA UNLIMITED ON TEMPORARY
    TEMP=c:\\temp
    WTG_PROXY_PORT=80
    TRACE=NO
    TRACE_ALL=NO
    End webtogo.ora
    Begin Mobile Server tnsnames.ora file
    # TNSNAMES.ORA Network Configuration File: D:\OraLite501\network\admin\tnsnames.ora
    # Generated by Oracle configuration tools.
    WEBTOGO.WORLD =
    (DESCRIPTION =
    (ADDRESS_LIST =
    (ADDRESS = (PROTOCOL = TCP)(HOST = YGGDRASILL.CFR.MSSTATE.EDU)(PORT = 1521))
    (CONNECT_DATA =
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