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8kb for RMS ...

 
leo mari
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Hi Ranchers,
as you well know 8kb is the minimum for RMS in MIDP Requirement.
But minimum ... of what?

8kb is the minimum storage for each recordstore?
8kb is the minimum storage for all the recordstore in a midlet?
8kb is the minimum storage for all the recordstore in all midlet in a midlet-suite?
8kb is... :roll: ?


Thankyou !
Leo

each recordstore
 
Ko Ko Naing
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I'm not sure what you mean by 8KB of RMS...

The stantard-size application definition set that RMS Data Size should be 30KB for the application that can work with... I believe that would refer to the storage that all record stores in all midlets of that application can store...

Hope it helps...
 
Aryan Khan
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The JTWI Spec set the RMS data size to 30 K while the MIDP 2.0 sets it to 8Kb...
 
leo mari
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Thankyou Ko Ko and AhmadS, for you answers.

Sorry, I was not clear, my question concerned midp 2.0 spec.

Ko Ko you say:
... I believe that would refer to the storage that all record stores in all midlets of that application can store...


Does this mean that in my device (midp 2.0 compliant), a minimum of 8kb
for the sum of all recordstores must be avaiable?

And following the JTWI Spec the same tie is 30kb?

Did I understand well?

Thanks again
 
Ko Ko Naing
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JTWI requirements are for the interoperability and integration of J2ME-related different seperated specifications such as MIDP, CLDC, WMA, MMAPI and so and so...

So if you see in mobile phone advertising brochures that certain mobile phones claim to be JTWI compatible, you will have 30K for RMS data size; but if they claim to be MIDP compatible, you can expect only 8KB for applications to work with RMS data... Since JTWI is kind of an extending spec from MIDP, the requirements are higher...
 
leo mari
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Thankyou very much!
 
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