06-08-2010 01:15 PM
ok so both hello world and production apps work correctly on the simulator... i had some advanced api like blackberry.identity but i removed it because it yelled at me for code signing... i removed the advanced permissions but still wont open... i can see app in downloads list but clicking does nothing
i tried with the sample gears app and same thing... click on app icon but nothing happens...
again all word great on sim and aren't using any "features" except the blackberry.ui (on production app)
9630 blackberry tour
thanks for all your help!
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06-09-2010 02:02 PM
It sounds like you have created a BlackBerry Widget application. If so, it will need to be signed before it can run on a real BlackBerry Smartphone. Code signing keys can be purchased for $20 US here:
06-09-2010 02:23 PM
thats correct... at first i thought it was because of code signing but i removed those protected features an its still not working... then i downloaded the dictionary.com app and tried to run it... save thing no response...
The preloaded icons for facebook showed up (like a webpage in guessing its also a web app) clicking links in page works but download button wont click
not sure whats up... never had blackberry and just started writing for it
thanks for all your help
06-09-2010 02:30 PM
Note that all BlackBerry Widgets require signing.
What happens when you click on the icon? Does it show any error message? If so, what is the exact error? If not, please post an event log taken from the BlackBerry Smartphone after attempting to launch the application. You can extract an event log using javaloader from a command line:
javaloader -u eventlog > mylog.txt
06-09-2010 03:13 PM
Your right... it says config tries to access a secure api and has no sig...
i was trying to use the blackberry.ui
i didn't know it had restricted access... how long does it take to get keys?
ok tried it again with no "features"...
i dont have any features added its just web app but its still freaking...
heres relevant part of my config
06-09-2010 03:28 PM
The BlackBerry Widget SDK generates the Java code required to create the widget. The web content is displayed within a Java BrowserField, which requires signing. Hence, all widgets need to be signed.
Code signing keys are typically issued within 2 days of placing the order, but can take up to 10 business days.