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mediashock
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Sooo frusturated with the signing keys part..

.. arrrr

I've just spent 2 hours trying to figure how to sign my app and i still dont have an answer.

 

I received the CSJ file in my email and the link to details how to sign it..

 http://docs.blackberry.com/en/developers/deliverables/23959/Signing_your_application_1422721_11.jsp

 

This part seemed to create the barsigner.csk file 

blackberry-signer -csksetup -cskpass <create_a_password>

So i went into this step and it keeps saying barsigner error: null

 

blackberry-signer -register -csjpin <PIN> 
    -cskpass <csk password from step 2> <CSJ_file>

...any  ideas?

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JRab
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Re: Sooo frusturated with the signing keys part..

i think thats a good thing - error is null therefore no error right? you should proceed to the next step. good luck!

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mediashock
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Re: Sooo frusturated with the signing keys part..

ohhh.. lol

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JRab
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Re: Sooo frusturated with the signing keys part..

haha did you do the next 2 steps of the registration correctly? you should have received a confirmation email.

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mediashock
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Re: Sooo frusturated with the signing keys part..

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hmm It did let me contiue.. but i didnt receive a email notification..

 

I am now trying to package the swf..

 

I read the development startup pdf.. but in there it says to make a blackberry-tablet.xml and copy and paste what they recommand.. I already have a config xml file that flash builder created but its not a <qnx> type of xml file its an <application>

 

Also the error I am getting now is 104: application is required and AIR validation failed

 

So do i use the one flash builder made and adjust the icon in there?

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JRab
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Re: Sooo frusturated with the signing keys part..

hey,

 

check your spam folder in your email. search for "rim.net" also did you do the keytool step?

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mediashock
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Re: Sooo frusturated with the signing keys part..

the keytool setup is this right 

 

blackberry-signer -csksetup -cskpass <create_a_password>
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mediashock
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Re: Sooo frusturated with the signing keys part..

does anyone know if i am supposed to use the projectname-app.xml or make a new one? 

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EraserX
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Re: Sooo frusturated with the signing keys part..

I am following the instructions one the Blackberry website for signing my app.  It is ambiguous to me however, whether I need to do both or just one of the following two enumerated items. Help?

 

 

Sign your application from the command line
After you package your application into a BAR file you can sign it. You must sign your application before you publish it.
Before you begin:

* Package your application into a BAR file. For more information about packaging your application, see Package your application from the command line.
* Configure your computer to sign applications. For more information about configuring you computer to sign applications, see Configure application signing from the command line.

1. Ask the RIM® Signing Authority to sign your BAR file.

blackberry-signer -verbose -cskpass <your CSK password>
-keystore <your P12 file> -storepass <your P12 file password>
<BAR_file.bar> RDK

2. Sign the BAR file using your code signing certificate.

blackberry-signer -keystore <your P12 file> -storepass <your p12 file password>
<BAR_file.bar> author

 

 

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turtle-dev
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Re: Sooo frusturated with the signing keys part..

 


mediashock wrote:

does anyone know if i am supposed to use the projectname-app.xml or make a new one? 


 

Are you refering to when you package your app to make a .bar file?

If so, then yes.  I used my projectname-app.xml and I also included the blackberry-tablet.xml file.

 

This thread helped me alot...

How to sign

 

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