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Posted on 2006-11-19
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Dear all, i have completed my application using the J2ME Record Management System (RMS) to maintain my database.

I wish to export my data from my mobile device to desktop/pc, so that i can keep track and generate some report.

Can anyone share with me how can i do that? I just wish to transfer the DB file from mobiel to my PC and wish to know what software for me to open it.

thanks
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As far as I know, rms is only a basic database. There are no data formats defined.
Every row will have a row id and the data associated with it.
These are supposed to be application specific data and I haven't seen any tools to export it.
I would recomment you to write a small MIDlet to read the records and send it to PC over bluetooth or whatever supported media.

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