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  1. #1
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    RMS

    hi

    i am creating a database. someone help me to create,insert and retrieve a data from the record using rms in
    j2me.

    regards
    Deepu G

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    Re: RMS

    Hello Deepu G,

    here's Sun's article regarding RMS:

    http://developers.sun.com/mobility/m...s/databaserms/

    An example at Forum Nokia Wiki:

    http://wiki.forum.nokia.com/index.ph...re_Data_in_RMS

    More about the issue and examples can be found at for example Forum Nokia Wiki.

    Regards,
    r2j7

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    Re: RMS

    Depending on what you plan to do, you might directly use our J2ME relational database engine.
    If the amount of data is small you might have enough with the RMS, if you plan to have a more complex structure and/or a certain amount of data, then you should go to a real database.
    We will be releasing the libraries today.
    Take a look at the documentation in our site.
    It is Open Source under dual license GPL/Commercial.
    Hope this helps.
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    The Framework for enterprise class J2ME applications with a pure J2ME relational database engine and much more.

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    Re: RMS

    Ok here here you will get some practical stuff.I mean some codes
    Click Here

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    Re: RMS

    hi deepu,
    i am new to this j2me
    i am creating one form based application whch is having 5 to 6 forms
    those forms having textfields and radio buttons and datefields and dropdown boxes
    i created all those but now after entering the data into the Forms
    i want to save that data into RMS
    Al the textfields are saving but come to this datefield and radio buttons and drop down.... how can i store these in RMS
    please help me in this
    give me your valuable suggestions

    Thank U in advance

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    Re: RMS

    datefield : You can fetch time in milliseconds from it using - (datefield.getdate()).getTime(), store it in RMS as long.
    radio buttons: You can save the int - referring to the selected radio button or selected index from dropdown.
    thanks,
    ~Amitabh
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    Re: RMS

    hi deepu,
    for create,insert and retrieve a data from the record using rms see-http://j2me-aspnet.blogspot.com/2010...s-in-j2me.html

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    Re: RMS

    hi all...

    i amgettin login for the twitter app....but gettin stuck with postin tweets...can anyone help me pls...

    Here is my code :


    Credential c2 = new Credential(usrName, pwd, "Ag8CobO925yAMc6TOCiXMg", "YbZCWnTv6rmuEbDNzFyVXvaylUr4aAFPyQr2HpsR4");
    UserAccountManager m2 = UserAccountManager.getInstance(c2);

    try {
    if (m2.verifyCredential()) {
    Tweet t = new Tweet("Hi!!! This is my first tweet via Twitter API ME.");
    System.out.println("t = "+t);

    TweetER ter = TweetER.getInstance(m1);
    System.out.println("ter = "+ter);

    try {
    System.out.println("333333333333");
    t = ter.post(t);
    System.out.println("44444444444444");
    System.out.println("t = " + t);

    } catch (IOException ex) {
    ex.printStackTrace();

    } catch (LimitExceededException ex) {
    ex.printStackTrace();


    Error is : java.lang.SecurityException: Invalid / expired Token
    gettin at the line : t = ter.post(t);


    please anyone reply...

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    Re: RMS

    You need to provide more details about what are you doing?

    I guess you are using some sort of REST API for the verification inside your app and your request token has been expired. Let us know more details about.
    Thanks with Regards,

    R a j - The K e r n e l


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    Re: RMS

    Quote Originally Posted by saimohan View Post
    hi deepu,
    i am new to this j2me
    i am creating one form based application whch is having 5 to 6 forms
    those forms having textfields and radio buttons and datefields and dropdown boxes
    i created all those but now after entering the data into the Forms
    i want to save that data into RMS
    Al the textfields are saving but come to this datefield and radio buttons and drop down.... how can i store these in RMS
    please help me in this
    give me your valuable suggestions

    Thank U in advance
    You should create new thread or if you want to ask to user please send him personal message

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