We touched on this by setting the title of the project, but when you’re deploying an application to end users, you generally want to at least have a title and version (and probably vendor and description). Using the Eclipse plug-in, you can access properties by right-clicking the project name, selecting Properties, and then clicking BlackBerry Project Properties.
Setting application properties in Eclipse
Using the JDE, you can access application properties by right-clicking the project name, selecting Properties, and clicking the General tab.
Setting application properties in the JDE
These properties will be visible to users installing your application over the air or via Desktop Manager, so it is important to fill them in with something that makes sense.
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