Follow these steps to edit a Push Registry entry.
Click Edit... to open the Edit Push Registry window.
Enter Class Name, Sender IP, and Connection String values.
Class Name. The MIDlet's class name.
Sender IP. A valid sender that can launch the associated MIDlet. If the value is the wildcard (*), connections from any source are accepted. If datagram or socket connections are used, the value of Allowed Sender can be a numeric IP address.
Connection String. A connection string that identifies the connection protocol and port number.
The new values are listed in the table. A push registration key is automatically generated and shown as an attribute in the MIDlet suite's Java Application Descriptor (JAD) file. To view the JAD file, choose the Application Descriptor Property settings from the left pane.
To make use of the Push Registry, you must also have permission to access the Push Registry API, javax.microedition.io.PushRegistry. API Permissions are handled in the API Permissions property page.