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Record store

  1. 1. Class RecordStore http://improvejava.blogspot.in
  2. 2. • This RecordStore class provides methods for creating, writing, and reading data from recordstores. • A class representing a record store. A record store consists of a collection of records which will remain persistent across multiple invocations of the MIDlet. The platform is responsible for making its best effort to maintain the integrity of the MIDlet's record stores throughout the normal use of the platform, including reboots, battery changes, etc. http://improvejava.blogspot.in
  3. 3. syntax • javax.microedition.rms.RecordStore • public class RecordStore extends Object http://improvejava.blogspot.in
  4. 4. RecordStore methods • • • • • • • (1) openRecordStore() (2)closeRecordStore() (3)deleteRecordStore (4)addRecord() (5)deleteRecord() (6)getRecord() (7)setMode() http://improvejava.blogspot.in
  5. 5. openRecordStore() • Open (and possibly create) or create a record store associated with the given MIDlet suite. And returns a RecordStore reference. • If this method is called by a MIDlet when the record store is already open by a MIDlet in the MIDlet suite, this method returns a reference to the same RecordStore object. http://improvejava.blogspot.in
  6. 6. • The openRecordStore() method requires two parameters. The first parameter is a string containing the name of the record store. • The second parameter is a boolean value indicating whether the record store should be created if the record store doesn’t exist. A true value causes the record store to be created • if the record store isn’t in the MIDlet suite and also opens the record store. • A false value does not create the record store if the record store isn’t located. http://improvejava.blogspot.in
  7. 7. openRecordStore() syntax • public static RecordStore openRecordStore(String recordStoreName, boolean createIfNecessary) throws RecordStoreException, RecordStoreFullException, RecordStoreNotFoundException http://improvejava.blogspot.in
  8. 8. • Parameters:recordStoreName - the MIDlet suite unique name for the record store, consisting of between one and 32 Unicode characters inclusive.createIfNecessary - if true, the record store will be created if necessary • Returns:RecordStore object for the record store Throws: • RecordStoreException - if a record store-related exception occurred • RecordStoreNotFoundException - if the record store could not be found • RecordStoreFullException - if the operation cannot be completed because the record store is full • IllegalArgumentException - if recordStoreName is invalid http://improvejava.blogspot.in
  9. 9. Ex: openRecordStore • recordstore = RecordStore.openRecordStore("EmployRecord ", true ); http://improvejava.blogspot.in
  10. 10. addRecord() • Int addRecord(byte[] data, int offset, int numBytes) • Adds a new record to the record store. It returns int value, which is Record Id , this id is useful to access the particular record • Example: • rec.addRecord(byteOutputData, 0,byteOutputData.length); http://improvejava.blogspot.in
  11. 11. getRecord() • This method reads a record from the record store. Record Id must be in the method as a parameter(actual parameter) • The getRecord() method copies the record from the record store and into the byteInputData byte array and returns an integer representing the length of the record. • Call the getRecord() method of the RecordStore class for each iteration of the for loop. • The getRecord() method returns bytes from the RecordStore, which are stored in a byte array that you create. • The getRecord() method requires three parameters. The first parameter is the record ID, • The second parameter is the byte array that you create for storing the record. • The third parameter is an integer representing the position in the record from which to begin copying into the byte array. http://improvejava.blogspot.in
  12. 12. • For example, the following code segment reads the second record from the record store and copies that record, beginning with the first byte of the record, from the record store into the byte array. Typically, the first parameter of the getRecord() method is the integer of the for loop, and the third parameter is zero, indicating the entire record is to be copied into the byte array. • Example: recordstore.getRecord(2, myByteArray, 0) http://improvejava.blogspot.in
  13. 13. recordstore.getRecord(2, myByteArray, 0) • three parameters. • The first is the record ID that is being read, which is the current value of the for loop variable. • The second is the name of the byte array into which the record is copied. • The third is the index position of the first byte that is to be copied into the byte array. http://improvejava.blogspot.in
  14. 14. getRecordSize(int recordId) • intgetRecordSize(int recordId) Returns the size (in bytes) of the MIDlet data available in the given record. http://improvejava.blogspot.in
  15. 15. closeRecordStore() • This method is called when the MIDlet requests to have the record store closed. Note that the record store will not actually be closed until closeRecordStore() is called as many times as openRecordStore() was called. In other words, the MIDlet needs to make a balanced number of close calls as open calls before the record store is closed.When the record store is closed, all listeners are removed and all RecordEnumerations associated with it become invalid. If the MIDlet attempts to perform operations on the RecordStore object after it has been closed, the methods will throw a RecordStoreNotOpenException. http://improvejava.blogspot.in
  16. 16. Syntax of closeRecordStore() • public void closeRecordStore() throws RecordStoreNotOpenException, RecordStoreException http://improvejava.blogspot.in
  17. 17. listRecordStores() • Returns an array of the names of record stores owned by the MIDlet suite. Note that if the MIDlet suite does not have any record stores, this function will return null. The order of RecordStore names returned is implementation dependent. • Returns:array of the names of record stores owned by the MIDlet suite. Note that if the MIDlet suite does not have any record stores, this function will return null. http://improvejava.blogspot.in
  18. 18. Syntax of listRecordStores() • public static String[] listRecordStores() http://improvejava.blogspot.in
  19. 19. deleteRecordStore() • Deletes the named record store. MIDlet suites are only allowed to delete their own record stores. If the named record store is open (by a MIDlet in this suite or a MIDlet in a different MIDlet suite) when this method is called, a RecordStoreException will be thrown. If the named record store does not exist a RecordStoreNotFoundException will be thrown. Calling this method does NOT result in recordDeleted calls to any registered listeners of this RecordStore. http://improvejava.blogspot.in
  20. 20. • public static void deleteRecordStore(String recordStoreName) throws RecordStoreException, RecordStoreNotFoundException http://improvejava.blogspot.in
  21. 21. • Parameters:recordStoreName - the MIDlet suite unique record store to delete http://improvejava.blogspot.in
  22. 22. enumerateRecords() RecordEnumeration is constructed by calling enumerateRecords() method. • RecordEnumeration is a method for retrieving record from recordStore. It also provides for sorting, searching of records. • If u want to sort the records we have to write null as a 1st parameter in enumerateRecords() • Ex: rec.enumerateRecords(null, com,false); • If you want to search the records we have to write null as the 2nd parameter in enumerateRecords() method. Ie: rec.enumerateRecords(filter,null,false); • This method is used to call the compare() method SortRec.java
  23. 23. r = rec.enumerateRecords(null, com, false); Boolean false: • Means specifies whether or not enumeration is updated with change in record store SortRec.java
  24. 24. • public RecordEnumeration enumerateRecords(RecordFilter filter, RecordComparator comparator, boolean keepUpdated) throws RecordStoreNotOpenException • r =rec.enumerateRecords(null, null, false); • RecordFilter: it specifies which records should be included in enumeration. • RecordComparator: it helps in comparing two records. It is mainly useful in finding the sort order. • Boolean: Specifies whether or not enumeration is updated with change in record store http://improvejava.blogspot.in
  25. 25. • Parameters:filter - if non-null, will be used to determine what subset of the record store records will be used • comparator - if non-null, will be used to determine the order in which the records are returned • keepUpdated - if true, the enumerator will keep its enumeration current with any changes in the records of the record store. Use with caution as there are possible performance consequences. If false the enumeration will not be kept current and may return record • Ids for records that have been deleted or miss records that are added later. It may also return records out of order that have been modified after the enumeration was built. Note that any changes to records in the record store are accurately reflected when the record is later retrieved, either directly or through the enumeration. The thing that is risked by setting this parameter false is the filtering and sorting order of the enumeration when records are modified, added, or deleted. • Returns:an enumeration for traversing a set of records in the record store in an optionally specified order http://improvejava.blogspot.in
  26. 26. setMode() • This method is used to set or change the authorization mode. By setting this mode to AUTHMODE-ANY, the record store can be made sharable. • Syntax: • Void setMode(int authmode, boolean writable); http://improvejava.blogspot.in

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