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The J2ME record management system concept

 
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hi everybody,

is the data which saved by a midlet using rms persists only on the mobile device not on the emulator??

because when i have written some code which writes some data in a record and then retrieve it and run it on the netbeans emulator

when i shut down the emulator and run the program again..i can't retrieve the data from previous run

thanks in advance:)
 
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The storage thing works for the emulator also in netbeans.
It runs the application same as on your mobile device.
 
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him jain wrote:The storage thing works for the emulator also in netbeans.
It runs the application same as on your mobile device.



1. Go to the appdb folder in your system (for latest version in documents and settings/j2mewtk/appdb ).
2. Go to the folder that has the name of the device you were using.
3. See if you find the in.use file. If such a file is present delete it.
4. Now onwards your data will persist. just like on the device.

Above steps will work for WTK 2.5.2. Please search for the appdb folder if it isn't present at the location mentioned above.

Thanks
Pradeep
 
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