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  1. Deploying MIDlets onto Mobile Devices

    by , 11-26-2011 at 06:43 PM (My Java Tips)
    The subject topic is very interesting and a lot of people have asked me about this. It is just a matter of knowing how this works. I am sure you will find it very interesting.


    MIDlets are programmed using Java Development environments like Eclipse, JBuilder,Netbeans or Sun Java wireless Toolkit. Once coded, they are build and tested on emulators. When all the tests are passed, you want to finally deploy it to your mobile device to see how it works in real world scenerio.
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  2. Record Management System

    by , 11-22-2011 at 06:14 PM (My Java Tips)
    RMS is a database (flat file) which MIDlets can use to persist data. In this post, I will introduce the audience with RMS.


    The device platform maintains the integrity of the MIDlet's record stores throughout the normal use. The reboots, battery changes, etc. won’t affect the RMS. An interesting question developers ask is, where is this Record Store created? It is created at platformdependent location, like nonvolatile device memory, and is not directly exposed to the MIDlets.
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