12-15-2010 04:28 PM
On the same computer machine, I had signed up with signing authority and gotten keys etc. I remember RIM sending me 2 folders with 1 csi file in each.
Now since I am working with web apps, what should I do to get those keys installed and sign my BB web apps. I am slightly lost between the "install new keys, import existing keys, get a signing keys" options.
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12-17-2010 10:54 AM
To clarify, you have already purchased and received your code signing keys from RIM, and have been using them for Java development?
If so then you will also need to make them available to be used by the WebWorks Plug-ins as well. Help topics on this subject are available in both the Eclipse and Visual Studio Plug-ins (search for "signing keys").
As an example, in Eclipse open the Windows Menu and click Preferences. There should be links for managing signing keys under the BlackBerry Web/Widget branch. If you have already installed keys on your computer, you will click on the "Import Existing Keys" link:
For more info on code signing, please see this article:
01-19-2011 03:47 PM
I have a similar problem, but I need to import the keys from Visual Studio. I originally registered the with Blackberry Widget Packager and successfully used them with the Visual Studio plug-in. Now I need to import those same keys into Eclipse and use them with the Blackberry Eclipse plug-in. But I don't know where the key files are stored?
Any help would be appreciated.