07-15-2008 01:42 PM
Quote from previous forum:
|Which one is faster between persistent store and file store?|
Access speeds should be similar. Instead, you could look at other criteria for your choice, such as:
Can you application deal with a micro SD card that is not available (user removes it or doesn't have one)?
Are you storing a large amount of data. Micro SD cards have more storage than what is built into the BlackBerry.
10-22-2008 05:18 AM - edited 10-22-2008 05:18 AM
I could not acomplish storing/reading files on a bb device. I could only do It on SD card.
Am I doing something wrong or is that the philosophy in general?
10-22-2008 03:13 PM
10-23-2008 03:50 AM
well, thread Create a folder in file system certainly helped
My problem was trying to create a folder in a device (not SD card). But I used /storage/ as path.
Now (through hints from aforementioned thred) I understand that I cannot create folder in that - root - path.
So now I am using:
FileConnection fc2 = null;
fc2 = (FileConnection) Connector.open("file:///store/home/user/MYFOLDER/"
LDER Path found");
tf.setText(tf.getText()+"\n"+"attempting to create store/home/user/MYFOLDER");
catch (Exception e)
tf.setText(tf.getText()+"\n"+"Error: " + e.getMessage());
My previous tries were using: "file:///store/MYFOLDER/"
Can you point me to the doc where I could have seen that information (regarding file system limitation such as not using root path) ?
Am I using the right place to store my application settings (e.g. store/home/user/MYFOLDER/)?
Thank you for your interest and help.