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the problem is, ex: i have 3 records, then i delete the 2nd record, after that, when i read again i got an error javax.microedition.rms.InvalidRecordIDException, and it's because of the recordID of the 2nd record has been deleted.
i want to know if there's a way to skip reading the 2nd record..
I'm rusty on that. In a regular SQL query, the way to skip it would either be to do like sivakumar says and handle the exception or to re-issue the query, which would cause a new resultset (minus the deleted record) to be built.
In RMS, there's a deleted record flag, so you might be able to check that and avoid actually throwing an exception. Like I said, I'm rusty on RMS, so I don't know if that's possible. But you can definitely use exception trapping to get beyond it.
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