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Regd:Convertion of vcf to native database

Nerella Kishore
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Joined: Dec 25, 2005
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Hi,
This is Kishore. I have been working on sync4j modules and Symbian C++ since 5 months. I have written a J2ME client application which allows to sync contacts and calendar data with Microsoft Exchange server thru Sync4j server(via Sync4j Exchange connector). But this application purely works on J2ME emulator which I got when I downloaded sun's J2ME wireless toolkit. The contacts which emulator gets are stored in vcf and vcs format in application folder after doing synchronization with exchange server. J2ME client application maintains this contact or calendar data in both RMS and vcf (for contacts) & vcs (for calendar).
But now my issue is I want to add this contact data to series 60 emulator (series 60 is a symbian c++ environment). Means series 60 emulator maintains the contacts application which is written in Symbain C++, this application can add, delete and modify contacts and this data would be saved in .cdb file (Contact database). Series 60 fp3 facilitates to install a j2me application on series 60 emulator,

so now I want to convert either RMS or vcf data to CDB and vice versa somehow. Has anyone experienced this issue? If so, could you pls let me know how it could be done.
First whether could it be done or not?
Symbian C++ has any API's to convert vcf or RMS files to CDB or vice-versa?
 
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