02-21-2012 11:52 AM
I have tried to use the online converting tool and I get an error stating that
My application uses features that are incompatible with the current version of the Blackberry Runtime Android.
Impact: 5 Type: MinSDKVersion Reason: 10:found=15
When I try to use eclipse with the playbook simulator I get the following error in the log
Packaging project Gen is skipped because it has verification errors
Status ERROR: net.rim.ajde code=0 Click the "Details" button to see details null children=[Status ERROR: net.rim.ajde code=0 Packaging project Gen is skipped because it has verification errors null]
Hopefully somebody can help me.
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02-21-2012 01:18 PM
02-21-2012 01:59 PM
I know how to program in java, is eclipse the best way to make an app for blackeberry, or should I use some other program.
I use Eclipse to write my Java-based Android apps.
I then installed the Blackberry SDK and just export my BAR file from my Android project and it does whatever conversion necessary and spits me out a signed BAR file I uploaded to the App World.
BTW I think the MinSDKVersion of 15 is too high for the Playbook since it is Android 4.0.3 -- you might have to have MinSDKVersion of 11 (which is Honeycomb). Check out this info from Android Developers blog:
minSDKVersion: An integer designating the minimum API Level required for the application to run. The Android system will prevent the user from installing the application if the system's API Level is lower than the value specified in this attribute. You should always declare this attribute.
targetSDKVersion: An integer designating the API Level that the application targets. If not set, the default value equals that given to minSdkVersion.
This attribute informs the system that you have tested against the target version and the system should not enable any compatibility behaviors to maintain your app's forward-compatibility with the target version. The application is still able to run on older versions (down to minSdkVersion).
02-21-2012 03:10 PM