10-25-2010 07:38 PM
So I have the proper sdk for AIR and Flex. I have the simulator running in VMWare. I tried a few things unsuccessfully, so I even tried the Hello World sample app, but I am getting this:
An internal error occurred during: "Launching AIRHelloWorld".com.adobe.flexide.launching.air.Apo
Driving me nuts, it has to be something simple. Anyone have any ideas? Once I get past this hurdle it should be straightforward.
Very glad RIM is promoting Flex and AIR. It's a great platform, and I am psyched to get it on mobile.
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10-25-2010 07:45 PM
10-25-2010 07:48 PM - edited 10-25-2010 07:49 PM
Yeah, I am on a Mac (64bit) using VMWare. Simulator comes up, see the IP.
Hopefully it's something simple, I am itching to get going with this.
10-25-2010 08:04 PM
I have seen this area, do not know the fix yet. As a workaround the command line steps in the gettings started guid worked for me (with the addition of the copyright value in the application descriptor file).
10-25-2010 08:13 PM
Yes, I have Flash Builder 4.0 , also tried with Flash Builder 4.5.
Run does not work either. I can launch it outside of the Simulator, but fails trying to use the simulator
I am working on the command line approach now :-(
10-25-2010 08:30 PM
Command line worked, bummer to have to do it that way but the command line works for deploying. Thanks for the idea.
So to help out any folks in the future:
My setup: Macbook Pro, running VMWare for the simulator
Using blackberry-tablet sdk with Flash Builder 4 (with 4.5 sdk that has the AIR 2.5 sdk)
Run Debug gives an internal error.
Work around is to set up your PATH so you can run command line build.
Documentation says this (don't forget to put .bar for the output_bar_file_name.bar, the second line is the actual cmd line example just change your ip address:
blackberry-airpackager -package output_bar_file_name -installApp -launchApp project_name-app.xml project_name.swf any_other_project_files -device IP_address
blackberry-airpackager -package AIRHelloWorld -installApp -launchApp AIRHelloWorld-app.xml AIRHelloWorld.swf -device 10.0.1.11
10-25-2010 08:57 PM
I could, but I have already been transitioning to Flash Builder 4.5, to go back to 4.0.1 wasn't worth it for me. I'll run the command line for a bit and hopefully everything works out.