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Ebscer
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Application signing error

When I go to sign my bar file I am getting the following message...

 

 

manifest error:
Invalid value '1.0.0.0' for Application-Requires-System.

 

 

I have no idea what this is even refearing to. Anybody know the way to fix this?

 

Thanks.


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Re: Application signing error

in your -app.xml descriptor file, what does it say in the version tags?

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Re: Application signing error

In that file I have

 

<versionNumber>2.5.0</versionNumber>

 

and

 

<versionLabel>2.5.0</versionLabel>

 

 

I actually searched for the string '1.0.0.0' and could not find it anywhere...


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Re: Application signing error

The Signer actually checks back with the values of the MANIFEST.MF which is in the META-INF folder in your bar file (just rename the .bar to .zip and open it up).

What I did was just replace the values that it complained about. I couldn't find your String, though. You may just try removing that line from the MANIFEST.MF and replace the file with your edited one in the zip file, rename it back to .bar and try again.

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Re: Application signing error

[ Edited ]

I got the same error last night.

I was trying to sign a .bar file generated from the old SDK.

 

Is your .bar file generated with the newest SDK?

 

After using 0.9.3SDK to generate a new .bar file.

I had no problems signing.  See Elena's reply  HERE

 

 

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Re: Application signing error

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When I try to sign my app I get the following error:

 

"Application-Development-Mode in Manifest is present and is not set to [false]"

 

 

I'm using the 0.9.3 SDK and I'm using Flash Builder 4.0.1

The -debug=false setting has been specified in the Flex Compiler options and the "Application Deployment Mode" is set to "Production Mode".

 

I dont really want to just change the Application-Development-Mode setting in the MANIFEST.MF file myself because then I cant really be sure that the application has been built correctly.

 

Whats the best way to resolve this error?

 

 

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Re: Application signing error

Turns out that I had forgotten to update my path variable, and was still compiling aginst version 0.9.2

 

Once I recompiled everything against 0.9.3 it all worked.


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Re: Application signing error

It is a good habit to remove older SDK's that are at least +1 generation old once you are happy the new SDK is working better than the old.  Remove from IDE or rename directory so these kind of problems are easier to catch.

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vinng86
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Re: Application signing error

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@rkrull79:

 

The 0.93 SDK has a bug in it where it ignores what you chose for Deployment Mode and always chooses Development Mode. This means you have to use command line code signing unfortunately until they release a new sdk

 

See this post in the KB http://supportforums.blackberry.com/t5/Testing-and-Deployment/Code-signing-request-failed-because-Ap... 

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trickyelf
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Re: Application signing error

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Woops, you can't follow the instructions I just deleted from this reply.  That is all

 

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