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    manojp476 is offline Member
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    Default j2me exception

    on client side:

    private static final UUID uuid =new UUID("A55665EE9F9146109085C2055C888B39", false);

    int[] attributes = {0x0001,0x0003,0x0008,0x000C,0x0100,0x000F,0x1101, 0x1000,0x1001,0x1002,0x1115,0x1116,0x1117};
    UUID[] uuids = new UUID[1];
    //uuids[0] = new UUID(0x0003);
    uuids[0] = uuid;

    try
    {
    agent_client.searchServices(null,uuids,RemoteDevic e_array[m],this);
    }
    catch (Exception e)
    {
    System.out.println("exception generated before searching for service");
    // Error handling code here
    }




    on server side:
    private static final UUID uuid =new UUID("A55665EE9F9146109085C2055C888B39", false);
    StringBuffer url = new StringBuffer("btspp://");
    url.append("localhost").append(':');
    url.append(uuid.toString());
    //url.append(";name=Picture Server");
    //url.append(";authorize=false");

    try {
    server = (StreamConnectionNotifier)Connector.open(url.toStr ing());
    record = Device.getRecord(server);
    DataElement base = new DataElement(DataElement.DATSEQ);
    record.setAttributeValue(IMAGES_NAMES_ATTRIBUTE_ID , base);

    }
    catch (IOException e1)
    {
    System.out.println("problem while assigning connection string");
    // Error handling code here
    }





    when I search for service then I m getting a null pointer exception.
    assuming that all variables are declared & initialized properly then what can be the problem in the code?

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    gcalvin is offline Senior Member
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    Please use CODE tags when posting code.
    Quote Originally Posted by manojp476 View Post
    on client side:
    Java Code:
            private static final UUID uuid = new UUID("A55665EE9F9146109085C2055C888B39", false);
    
            int[] attributes = {0x0001, 0x0003, 0x0008, 0x000C, 0x0100, 0x000F, 0x1101, 0x1000, 0x1001, 0x1002, 0x1115, 0x1116, 0x1117};
            UUID[] uuids = new UUID[1];
            // uuids[0] = new UUID(0x0003);
            uuids[0] = uuid;
    
            try
            {
                    agent_client.searchServices(null, uuids, RemoteDevice_array[m], this);
            }
            catch (Exception e)
            {
                    System.out.println("exception generated before searching for service");
                    // Error handling code here
            }
    on server side:
    Java Code:
            private static final UUID uuid = new UUID("A55665EE9F9146109085C2055C888B39", false);
            StringBuffer url = new StringBuffer("btspp://");
            url.append("localhost").append(':');
            url.append(uuid.toString());
            // url.append(";name=Picture Server");
            // url.append(";authorize=false");
    
            try {
                    server = (StreamConnectionNotifier)Connector.open(url.toString());
                    record = Device.getRecord(server);
                    DataElement base = new DataElement(DataElement.DATSEQ);
                    record.setAttributeValue(IMAGES_NAMES_ATTRIBUTE_ID, base);
            }
            catch (IOException e1)
            {
                    System.out.println("problem while assigning connection string");
                    // Error handling code here
            }
    when I search for service then I m getting a null pointer exception.
    assuming that all variables are declared & initialized properly then what can be the problem in the code?
    Seems to me there's not enough to go on here. When you say "when I search for service" I presume you mean this call:
    Java Code:
                    agent_client.searchServices(null, uuids, RemoteDevice_array[m], this);
    But I don't know where that method is declared, what it does, what the parameters are supposed to be, what is in RemoteDevice_array... You'll need to give us a few more hints.

    -Gary-

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