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RIM Blackberry Apps API

Hi,

 

 

I am using RIM Blackberry Apps API to update application icon at runtime. But at the time of code signing the following things displayed:

 

Status = Not Registered
Category = Required
SignerID = RBB
Signer Name = RIM Blackberry Apps API

 

 

and i m not able to sign application.

 

Please suggest me how to resolve this problem. And is there any other way to update app icon at runtime.

 

 

Thanks & Regards,

Kewal

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Re: RIM Blackberry Apps API

why are you not able to sign your app?
status "not registered" seems to indicate that your signing keys are not valid, check them. can you sign other applications?
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Re: RIM Blackberry Apps API

Thanks for your message.

 

Only the application having HomeScreen api is not getting singned. other application getting signed successfully with same signing key

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Re: RIM Blackberry Apps API

Is it the only application you have that requires the RBB key?  Sounds like you are mossing that key. 

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Re: RIM Blackberry Apps API

yeah! its RBB only
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Re: RIM Blackberry Apps API

Yeah! its only RBB key not getting signed

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Re: RIM Blackberry Apps API

You should have got the appropriate file, which I think will have a name like:

 

client-RBB-<your client number>.csi

 

with your other signing keys.  Check that you did and that it is in the right place. 

 

Sorry not really sure where the right place is. I sign 'externally' to Eclipse and have my keys in a separate folder. 

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Re: RIM Blackberry Apps API

usually in plugins\net.rim.ejde\vmTools of the eclipse folder.
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