Now this is annoying. I have not had luck integrating my licensing scheme to my Android app the whole day. I guess I am going to call it a night. If any Android developer manages to come to this post, do share your thoughts on what other things I can do to make it work.

I’ve read that this is a known issue for platform 2.3.3 and works on 2.2 (minimum Google API 2.2 Level 8). I did just that but still, the error persists whenever I run my app in the emulator. So in short, I am lost. Users say it works in 2.2 level 8 but why would not it work in my emulator?

And yes, the permission tag is in my manifest file. So there. I am out of ideas. If you do have some tips that can help me make this work, do post your comments here.

One more thing. This problem goes hand in hand with that iLicensingService not found exception message.

Mnemonics are those underlined letters that you see in labels and buttons that when activated via the ALT key + the letter, will activate that label/button.

However, when a JTable is included in the user interface and has editing capabilities enabled, you may be surprised that instead of activing a button by pressing ALT + key on the keyboard, the JTable activates editing mode.

How to fix it then? You need to override the processKeyBinding() method of the JTable class. Do it like this

This solution was from a forum called Java.net and fixed this mnemonic problem when a JTable with cell editors is present in the same user interface area.

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