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Help populating database table

Help populating database table

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Appoligies if this seems like a stupid question. I have installed Mimer versio 10.0.4C.

I need to communicate from J2ME using the Mimer JDBC 2.24, Java ME CLDC/MIDP (my application is CDLC) as I see it a the only solution for me..

I have a database connection but I strugle to create a table that I can later work on retreiving data from.

When I use the Dbvisualizer and right click on table -> create I get differnt fields such as Column name, data type, collation, default and not null rather than column name, datatype(which has strange options), size, scaleable etc.

The doccumentation found in Help menu is from 2007 which maybe the problem.

Is there any recent doccuments on maintaining a table??
I need to store a little data such as two users each with a user type,phone number, personal key and private key to later retreive for encryption.

Also can anyone see problems with using mimer for this?

Any advice much appreciated..

 

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