Originally Posted by SarahMN
Is there any way to hack the registry to put the databses on the storage card?
However, you can dynamically export/import databases into/from textual files, which, on the other hand, can be stored on your memory card. Then, you'll only need to import the datbase into your main memory with, say, Pocket dbExplorer
, before starting Micromedex and just delete the database after exiting it.
Unfrotunately, tools like MortRunner
don't (yet) support loading into databases (version v.0.86 of nScriptm only support listing and deleting them, but not importing). With them, it'd be very easy to write a MortRunner/nScriptm script/command file that looks like the following:
import_system_database("Micromedex_db", "\SD Card\Micromedex_db.csv");
run "\SD Card\Micromedex\Micromedex.exe";
You may, however, want to contact the authors of these two tools about implementing this feature. It'd be really great to have this kind of functionality, especially with programs like Micromedex, to eliminate the need for manual import of the database from inside Pocket dbExplorer before starting Micromedex (deletion of system databases can already be done with nScriptm).
Please let me know if neither of the two developers want to add this functionality to their apps and I consider writing a free tool like this myself.