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Pinned topic Recordstores not persistent during midlet upgrade

‏2007-11-08T20:00:16Z |
I'm running IBM WebSphere Everyplace Micro Environment JVM 5.7.2 on a
Palm Treo 680. I installed my midlet using the install option from the
JVM. When the midlet creates a recordstore, a pdb is created with
creator ID j9pa and type j9rs. When I later upgrade the midlet using the
JVM upgrade option (or by reinstalling the midlet using VFSexchange) the
pdb is erased, taking the midlet recordstore with it.

This requires me to re-enter my setting in the midlet every time after
an upgrade. Is there any way to avoid this?

Richard
Updated on 2007-11-28T23:30:13Z at 2007-11-28T23:30:13Z by SystemAdmin
  • SystemAdmin
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    Re: Recordstores not persistent during midlet upgrade

    ‏2007-11-28T23:30:13Z  
    Richard van den Berg wrote:
    I'm running IBM WebSphere Everyplace Micro Environment JVM 5.7.2 on a
    Palm Treo 680. I installed my midlet using the install option from the
    JVM. When the midlet creates a recordstore, a pdb is created with
    creator ID j9pa and type j9rs. When I later upgrade the midlet using the
    JVM upgrade option (or by reinstalling the midlet using VFSexchange) the
    pdb is erased, taking the midlet recordstore with it.

    This requires me to re-enter my setting in the midlet every time after
    an upgrade. Is there any way to avoid this?

    I'm not sure if it's possible on PalmOS - but if you can set startup
    options, you might get help from here:

    http://www-1.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21181474

    Andrew Jr.

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