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sblantipodi
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How to try & buy if you removed it?

As title,
how can I let my people try my app for seven days if RIM removed the try and buy process?

 

Is there some guide for in app purchase?

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jtegen
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My Device: HTC One, PlayBook, LE Z10, DE Q10
My Carrier: Verizon

Re: How to try & buy if you removed it?

RIM recomments you do a in-app purchase. In your case, after 7 days, prompt them to purchase or just quit.
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sblantipodi
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Re: How to try & buy if you removed it?

how in app purchase work?

is there some code samples that teaches us how to enable this process???

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sblantipodi
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Re: How to try & buy if you removed it?

Here

https://developer.blackberry.com/cascades/documentation/device_platform/paymentservice/registering.h...

I find this:

 

License model
This field specifies how the license keys that users require to use digital goods are distributed. You can select one of the following options:
  • Static: Users do not require a license key.
  • Single: You must provide a single license key that all users can use.
  • Dynamic: You must provide a web address for a website that generates license keys. After a user purchases the digital goods, the Payment Service server connects to the website, retrieves the license key, and provides the user with the license key. This license model is required if you want your content server to receive notifications when users make purchases in your application.

    For more information about dynamic licensing, visit na.blackberry.com/eng/developers/appworld/faq.jsp.

 

Can you confirm that RIM removed the dynamic licensing way?

 

 

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sblantipodi
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Re: How to try & buy if you removed it?

bumping question.

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sblantipodi
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Re: How to try & buy if you removed it?

It's ridiculous that I'm receiving dozens of emails from RIM that inform me how cool is porting apps to BB10,

there are also some mails that inform me that my app (the one that uses android runtime emulator) is ready for BB10 without the necessity to lift a finger and than they don't support dynamic licensing.

All my apps uses dynamic licensing on Java and on Android, how can be compatible if dynamic licensing isn't supported anymore?
I always loved RIM but now they are becaming ridiculous.

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sblantipodi
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Re: How to try & buy if you removed it?

bumping thread until getting an answer.

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sblantipodi
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Re: How to try & buy if you removed it?

is there some guide on how to port a try and buy app to a try and buy app that uses digital goods?

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jtegen
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Re: How to try & buy if you removed it?

You're on your own. You have to keep track of when the app was first installed, keep track the days, and when it reaches you expiration date, prompt the user to pay or exit.

It has been suggested that App World (BBW) should govern this from server or app/xml configuration. But dont expect it any time soon.
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