RMS is probably the simplest, and least powerful, of the three approaches because it is a Java standard that has to be implemented the same way on many different devices. It is basic and functional, but not terribly easy to use.
RMS allows an application to create one or more record stores, which in turn stores one or more records. Each record is one large array of bytes and can be of any size, subject to the limits of the OS. RMS does not provide or understand any structure of the data in each record.
RecordStore class is at the heart of RMS. Because the
RecordStore is a Java standard, it is found in the
javax.microedition.rms package instead of the BlackBerry-related packages. The
RecordStore class can be instantiated to ...