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    j2me database

    Hey guys

    I want to use some form of database in my project. I have been searching and found a few options such as RecordState, J2MEMicroDB, J2ME Device DB, etc

    Before I start using any one in particular I thought I would rather ask you guys first to get some insite on what your opinions are on this subject.

    Thanks for any feedback.

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    Re: j2me database

    your problem is same..i also searching about database in j2me..hmmm..
    for example i want to login in j2me application..a password and username are store in databse for example in mysql..how to connect
    j2me application with databse??

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    Re: j2me database

    Hello....
    I suggest the "Floggy Framework". Take a look at these two links.

    1. Floggy Oficial Web Site
    2. Floggy Framework: RMS no more!

    []'s

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    Re: j2me database

    Thanks for those links thiagobrunoms. The floggy framework looks great. Just a question quickly as I assume you have used it. Is it possible to deploy an app with this framework with default data in the "database". eg. Like with a website with a SQL database, you insert data into the db and ship it like that. I am assuming not?

    Thanks

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    Re: j2me database

    HI,
    We have a J2ME SQL engine which can be accessed by JDBC. It supports standard SQL syntax and has advanced features like triggers, referential integrity, etc and has has a size of about 100K. It runs on any device supporting J2ME (CLDC 1.1). We also have a version available for CDC platform. If you want an evaluation copy, please email sanjiv.guha@zoduna.com.

    Thank you
    Sanjiv Guha

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    Re: j2me database

    Quote Originally Posted by sanjivguha View Post
    HI,
    We have a J2ME SQL engine which can be accessed by JDBC. It supports standard SQL syntax and has advanced features like triggers, referential integrity, etc and has has a size of about 100K. It runs on any device supporting J2ME (CLDC 1.1). We also have a version available for CDC platform. If you want an evaluation copy, please email sanjiv.guha@zoduna.com.

    Thank you
    Sanjiv Guha
    Thanks for the info. That is great. But for now I want to use a free database as im still learning and I am only writing apps for myself to learn. Nothing more. I will consider your database when I am out of my learning phase and am ready for commercial use. As then it will be feasible for me to purchase a good solution.

    Thanks

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