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JAVA 7 (1.7.0_51) now requires that BT747 is signed

IMPORTANT: JAVA 7 (1.7.0_51) now requires that BT747 is signed with a TRUSTED CERTIFICATE.
You can also lower the security level of JAVA 7 to 'medium'.

 

BT747 is signed since version 2.1 with a certificate.

To do so, I bought a trusted certificate (provided by a trusted authority) for about $300 (valid a few years).  Received it on Jan. 17, 2014.

Thank you (!) to the user that already contributed to help cover the certificate cost.


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Problem. Changing parameters, frequency Columbus V990

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I am new to this forum. My name is Victor and I write from Spain.


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Viewing source code BT747 in Java IDE

Friends
I downloaded the source code for Windows Desktop version BT747Aplicacion 2.X.1779 - 09/06/2010. The operating system of my pc is Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bits. BT747 software work, I connect and download the logs.
I would like to know how can view the source code in a Java IDE like Netbeans, etc.


Windows Automatic Port finding feature in new Release

BT747 evolves constantly (2.X.*), but this evolution will impact most windows users in a positive way, and existing users must learn this information or it would remain hidden from them.

In the case where you are using USB to connect your passive tracking device to the computer, BT747 is now capable of finding the corresponding serial port itself.  You will still need to select the right connection speed though.


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BT747 on Android? Volunteer?

I installed the Android SDK and had a closer look.

It looks relatively easy to make a port of BT747 to the Android platform: it does look like plain Java.  The fact that some libraries are not the same is not an issue: that is already the case with the three platforms that BT747 can run on: J2ME, J2SE and SuperWaba.

Porting BT747 is a matter of:


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