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Hi! Does anyone know what the limit of the rms? I would like to save files on the rms each contains 50Kbytes. so that's mean 500 kbytes.
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The limit varies from device to device. On some devices, you're limited to 8K or 20K. Others allow hundreds or thousands of kilobytes.
 
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Hi,
there is one more way. u can check through some API function also.

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there is one more way. u can check through some API function also.


javax.microedition.rms.RecordStore#getSize()
javax.microedition.rms.RecordStore#getSizeAvailable()
 
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Hello,
in fact javax.microedition.rms.RecordStore#getSizeAvailable() could be VERY misleading ! I had such a bad experience with the Sanyo implementation of j2me ... I mean this is the only way, but be careful.
 
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Originally posted by Pavlin Mihalev:
in fact javax.microedition.rms.RecordStore#getSizeAvailable() could be VERY misleading ! I had such a bad experience with the Sanyo implementation of j2me ... I mean this is the only way, but be careful.


Hi Pavlin,
Do you care to share your story with us? Thanks.
cheers
Michael
 
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Ok Michael ;-)
I have opened a new thread.
Best,
Pavlin
 
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