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Storing Data Using the Record Store

Abstract

At some point, nearly every MIDP application will need to store data. The original version of the MIDP did not offer access to the file system (which I discuss in the next chapter), but it did introduce a complementary concept: the record store. Unlike a file, which can store anything, a record store stores groups of similarly structured items, although in truth it falls short of meeting all the purposes of a database.

Keywords

Store Data Location Class Location Instance General Failure Record Store 
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© Ray Rischpater 2008

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