Problem with dev environment setup

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    Created by: David Christensen on 30-07-2013 09:49:41 AM
    Cisco documentation “How do I start developing”, Step by step instructions for setting up a development environment and the results (in bold) .
    I’ve tried this with many versions of windows (xp, 7), netbeans 6.8, 7.1.2, 7.3.1, Java ME SDK 3.0, 3.0.5, 3.3
    We know we need to create a Java Midlet for the application we’re working on.
    We need the development environment working to do that.
    Note: If I do NOT copy the Cisco Midlet SDK, then the refresh works.
    From the Cisco documentation…..
    How do I start developing?Welcome to Java MIDlets API for Cisco Wireless Phones. Please follow these steps to setup your developing environment and beging coding.
    Setting up a Developing EnvironmentPrerequisits:
    • Experience programming for Java.                                                                                                                           YesYes
    • Download and Install NetBeans for Java.                                                                                                                Done
    1. Download the MIDlet SDK here.                                                                                                                                Done
    2. Locate your NetBeans installation directory (C:\Program Files\NetBeans 6.8 by default).                                  OK
    3. Unzip into <Install Directory>\mobility8\Java_ME_platform_SDK_3.0.                                   Done
    4. Open NetBeans and create a new project, selecting category: Java ME and project: Mobile Application.         Done
    5. Once the project opens, right-click on its icon in the Projects list and select Properties.                                 Ok
    6. Select Platform, then Manage Emulators...                                                                                                                 Ok
    7. Select Refresh... on the right.                                                                                                                                    “Configuration Failed”
    8. A Cisco7926 device will appear in the list. Now you can use the device for running applications within the test environment.
    * For more information see the 7926G Emulator Skin Guide

    Subject: RE: Problem with dev environment setup
    Replied by: David Staudt on 30-07-2013 03:46:38 PM
    My recollection is that the 7926 emulator skin was developed when the 2.5 version of the Sun Java Wireless Toolkit was the target version, and that there were problems when trying later (3.x) versions.  If possible, please give WTK 2.5 a shot.