03-18-2011 05:39 PM
I signed my app and followed the GUI procedure provided by RIM to do it. But my final signed .bar file only contains 1 file but as I understand from reading the different posts there should be 5. A lot of people have said adding -debug = false to my complier argument will fix my prob. The thing is I don't know how to add -debug=false to my compiler. I would really appreciate it if someone could give me a walkthrough on how to do that. btw I am using windows XP and Flash builder burrito.
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03-18-2011 05:45 PM
You should be using the "export release build" menu item to create your BAR file. Are you doing that? it only creates 1 file, the BAR file; but a BAR file is really a ZIP file so you can just rename the file and add a .zip extension and open it in your favorite zip tool like 7zip. do you still see just one file inside the zip?
03-18-2011 08:56 PM
03-18-2011 10:00 PM
on the export page you should be able to click "Next" twice and then you will see all the files which will be included. Check all the ones you need in your .bar file. I thought it did this automatically but maybe it isn't working for you. If the files aren't listed there then something else is the issue rather than the export process.
03-19-2011 01:19 PM
Thank you for all the help, but my final bar file still only contains 1 file. Here are the things I did:
1. Added -debug=false to my compiler.
2. Made sure the publisher tag was the same in blackberry-tablet.xml as in the csj order form.
3. Changed the directory of the final file.
Please let me know if u guys have any other suggestions.
03-20-2011 11:44 AM
I fig it out I restarted my computer and then changed the compiler settings and rewrote the blackberry-tablet.xml file. Then I resigned it, it started working and I got all the 5 files.
@ thesmileman: I was not able to see what files it was gonna output before I restarted my computer, and since it worked after a restart I didn't try your method again.
Thanks everyone for all your help I really appreciate it.