11-26-2009 04:01 AM
Your PIN (Personal Identification Number), which you choose below, must be entered into the signature tool in the BlackBerry Java Development Environment (JDE), upon initial registration of your BlackBerry JDE API key with RIM. The BlackBerry JDE software is licensed to you on the terms and conditions of the RIM SDK License Agreement, the current version of which can be reviewed by clicking here. The PIN protects against usage of your licensed BlackBerry JDE API by another party. Do not lose your PIN. The PIN that you choose should be a 10-digit number. RIM reserves the right to request that you choose another password before providing you with a BlackBerry JDE API key in the event that your password has been taken or is otherwise deemed unsuitable by RIM.
11-26-2009 05:13 AM - edited 11-26-2009 05:13 AM
It's up to you to come up with an arbitrary 10-digit PIN. You will have to enter the same PIN to unlock the .csi files RIM will send you to activate your keys. It's a simple security measure: I suppose the idea is to make sure that your .csi files can only be activated by you.