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    Question which is better floggy or RMS please help me

    I followed this link http://floggy.sourceforge.net/ , which is better floggy framework or RMS

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    Re: which is better floggy or RMS please help me

    It depends on your use - if define your problem - people can here suggest you something.
    Floggy is a free object persistence framework for J2ME/MIDP applications. The main goal of this framework is to abstract the data persistence details from the developer, reducing the development and maintenance effort.
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    Re: which is better floggy or RMS please help me

    Be aware that floggy stores its data in RMS - it is an abstration layer that sits on top of RMS. As such, it might provide you with a more pleasing programmatic interface to your data, but it cannot offer better performance or reliability.

    Graham.

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    Re: which is better floggy or RMS please help me

    Quote Originally Posted by ektasrv View Post
    It depends on your use - if define your problem - people can here suggest you something.
    Actually i am having the problem in deleting the data in RMS, while deleting, i think the data is getting corrupted.

    Please suggest me....

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    Re: which is better floggy or RMS please help me

    Quote Originally Posted by grahamhughes View Post
    but it cannot offer better performance or reliability.

    Graham.
    For floggy ................
    It means it effects the speed of application also. Will it take time to update,save and delete the data from the local database ...
    as compared to RMS
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    Re: which is better floggy or RMS please help me

    well, Currently I'm fighting with RMS and the only thing which comes to my mind is " I'm gonna kill myself ", dreaming about SQL in J2ME. BUT remember that official tools are more popular so as a matter of fact You will get the better support and find more ready to go solutions

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    Re: which is better floggy or RMS please help me

    Quote Originally Posted by rajan701v View Post
    Will it take time to update,save and delete the data from the local database ...
    as compared to RMS
    Floggy will be at best the same performance as RMS, because Floggy is RMS. More likely, it will be slower, because it will not be optimized for the specific task you have.

    Quote Originally Posted by rajan701v View Post
    Actually i am having the problem in deleting the data in RMS, while deleting, i think the data is getting corrupted.
    You might want to read this.

    Graham.

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