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kokoman
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Error starting check: Module 'check' attempts to access a secure API

my app has been denied twice , the reason "
While testing your app on the BlackBerry smartphones 8520, 8530, 9300, 9350, 9360, 9800, 9850, 9860, 9900 and 9930, the application fails to launch and displays the following error message with an "OK" option to dismiss it: "Error starting check: Module 'check' attempts to access a secure API". 

 

i have been through the forum, to get a solution, and it seems to be talking about a signing your app properly, but i can say emphatically i packaged and signed my app with the three keys signed properly. please some one help..... thanks

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MSohm
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Re: Error starting check: Module 'check' attempts to access a secure API

Open the COD file in SignatureTool.jar and it will show you the keys it has been signed with.

 

Are you able to reproduce this on your own device?  If so run the application and extract an event log after you see that error.  Use this command to do it over USB:

 

javaloader -u eventlog > mylog.txt

 

Then look for entries from your application that say no sig from 0x######.  You can ignore 0x03, those warnings are normal.

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kokoman
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Re: Error starting check: Module 'check' attempts to access a secure API

What do u mean I should open the cod file in the signature tool, to be candid, am new to webworks but on first journey into it I successfully created and submited my app to the app world, so hw do I open the cod file on the signature tool, and no iv never loaded the app to my phone using the javaloader thanks
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kokoman
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Re: Error starting check: Module 'check' attempts to access a secure API

Do u mean using the cmd
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Re: Error starting check: Module 'check' attempts to access a secure API

Run SignatureTool.jar (part of the WebWorks SDK install).  When first run it'll prompt you to select your COD file(s).  Choose the file(s) you uploaded to App World and paste a screenshot of what you see.

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kokoman
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Re: Error starting check: Module 'check' attempts to access a secure API

Ok thanks ill do that
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kokoman
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Re: Error starting check: Module 'check' attempts to access a secure API

you must know the keys used to sign this particular image you are seeing are new set of keys collected yesterday and i have also submited the app for review.  as i have deleted the previous keys, 

thanks please check the image below

Just in case

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Re: Error starting check: Module 'check' attempts to access a secure API

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That looks fine.  Are you seeing any errors when you run this new version of your application on your BlackBerry Smartphone?

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kokoman
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Re: Error starting check: Module 'check' attempts to access a secure API

well yes, but not that same error of not been able to access a secure api. this is the error,

 

While installing your application on the BlackBerry Smartphones 8520 and 8530, I got an error message "Error : file is not a valid Java code file. Please change you minimum OS from 4.5 to 5.0.

 

- After installing your application on the BlackBerry Smartphones 9800, 9810, 9850 and 9860, the application page didn't appear properly on the device, please fix the scaling issue. The application page smaller is than the device screen.

 

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Re: Error starting check: Module 'check' attempts to access a secure API

This will help explain the first one.

 

Appropriate version of the BlackBerry JDE and BlackBerry Java SDK

 

 

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