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Old 04-17-2008, 11:33 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello,
I am developing a simple blackberry application using J2ME.

My application does not rely on internet connection, so I decided to use a J2ME record management store.

Is this possible to convet the data of record management store into a normal text file or xml file?
The text file or xml file is going to be saved in a PC (using a desktop manager) and it will be later stored to database using other utility.

Any advice will be appreciated.
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Of course it possible, you only need to use the method GetRecord

getRecord

public byte[] getRecord(int recordId)

Just let him now wich recordId you want to store, this one will return a array of bytes, just store this bytes on a variable and create a new String. Something like this

public String getRecordIformation(int recordID) throws RecordStoreNotOpenException,
InvalidRecordIDException,
RecordStoreException
{
return new String(recordStore.getRecord(recordID);
}

that way, you 'll what was stored in the record with the number recordID as a String, then you can store this on a buffer and once you get it all, you can store on your text file

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