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message is it ok to use Network

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While am developing midlets if I wont to connect to sip server or use the network
Am receiving this message is it ok to use network its says also your midlet wont to
Send and receive data using the network how I can remove this message I don't
Wont to get it because it always give that error and not working at all :

Warning: To avoid potential deadlock, operations that may block, such as
 networking, should be performed in a different thread than the
 commandAction() handler.

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Requests for network access may be unavoidable unless you sign the midlet. Signing is convoluted and can be costly. Unsigned midlets tend to nag the user every time something is saved or the network is accessed. Sometimes they won't function at all. It all depends on the type of phone.
You should not put a commandListener inside of a thread with networking. The thread should only contain your networking components. Thai way the user cancel a networking operation if it takes too long.
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Sorry, the last line should read, "That way the user can cancel a network connection if it takes too long."
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