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    Question Is there any way to created database in Symbian S60 Devices

    Hi Guys,

    I want to create a database on my mobile application without using RMS is there any way.

    or if there is no way to avoid it, is there any API packages can i use it to deal with RMS.

    Please Help me in nearest time!

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    Re: Is there any way to created database in Symbian S60 Devices

    you can use SQLite but I suggest to use RMS because it is easier to use and there are so many samples you can find in the Internet.

    look at this sample: http://www.roseindia.net/j2me/rms-midlet.shtml
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    Re: Is there any way to created database in Symbian S60 Devices

    Quote Originally Posted by Hesam View Post
    you can use SQLite but I suggest to use RMS because it is easier to use and there are so many samples you can find in the Internet.

    look at this sample: http://www.roseindia.net/j2me/rms-midlet.shtml
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    Does SQLite work correctly with Symbian's mobiles like S60,
    I think it is for android!

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    Re: Is there any way to created database in Symbian S60 Devices

    SQLite is a cross-platform system, and exists on Android, iPhone, BlackBerry and Series 60, amongst others.

    However, it would not be easy to get SQLite to work with a Java application. You'd have to wrap it in a native (C++) application, and use a socket to exchange data between the Java app and the C++ app.

    RMS is the best solution, unless you have very large amounts of data that you need to search, as it is not restricted by the Java sandbox.

    Graham.

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    Re: Is there any way to created database in Symbian S60 Devices

    Quote Originally Posted by grahamhughes View Post
    SQLite is a cross-platform system, and exists on Android, iPhone, BlackBerry and Series 60, amongst others.

    However, it would not be easy to get SQLite to work with a Java application. You'd have to wrap it in a native (C++) application, and use a socket to exchange data between the Java app and the C++ app.

    RMS is the best solution, unless you have very large amounts of data that you need to search, as it is not restricted by the Java sandbox.

    Graham.
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    Thanks a Lot Graham on this rich information

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