02-23-2010 07:25 AM
02-23-2010 09:35 AM
02-24-2010 09:40 AM
Can you run the bbwp.exe with the /v command line parameter. It should give a verbose output on where it is failing.
If you could then post up the verbose output from the packager it may give us a better idea of what may need to be adjusted in your widget.
02-24-2010 08:34 PM
Here it goes
C:\Blackberry>bbwp mybible.zip /v
[INFO] Parsing option parameters
[INFO] Parsing bbwp.properties
[INFO] Validating zip archive
[INFO] Parsing config.xml
[INFO] Validating widget name in config.xml
[INFO] Validating widget author in config.xml
[INFO] Validating widget version in config.xml
[INFO] Validating loadingScreen color in config.xml
[INFO] Validating widget feature in config.xml
[INFO] Validating widget start up page in config.xml
[INFO] Widget packaging starts...
[INFO] Populating source codes...
[INFO] Start compiling and building...
java.io.IOException: Cannot run program ""C:\Blackberry\bin\rapc.exe"" (in direc
CreateProcess error=87, The parameter is incorrect
[ERROR] Error happened when running rapc.exe!
03-01-2010 04:04 AM
is it possible for me to create an SQLLite database manually? so i can reduce my file size and put it on the database.
one more thing, where is the database located? cause i seems can't find it after searching..
03-01-2010 07:53 AM
The development team ran a series of tests building in many...many.. files of different sizes. Some exceeding the files sizes you have outlined and we could not reproduce your error.
Location of the SQLite database file can be found here:
Also, I would recommend that your users install your application through the desktop manager. Over the air installation could be quite costly in data fees.
One approach you could take, depending on your application's needs, is to pull the information that builds your database as the user needs it. This is the approach taken in BlackBerry Email. The entire email isn't sent, just parts of it, and the remainder is retrieved as the user requests it.
03-02-2010 10:11 PM
i'm building a bible application.
those JS files listed as "bible_content_0.js" to "bible_content_65.js" which is approximately 5Mb.
is there any problems with the names?
and also, what is the email? i'd like to send you some examples.
03-03-2010 07:34 AM
I will send those file names to the development machine to see if they are the issue. You can email your files to email@example.com and they will forward them to the BlackBerry Widget development team
03-04-2010 04:57 AM
just now i have sent an email with those files i meant earlier to the email address you have mentioned above.
thanks before, and please tell me if something happened.