05-20-2011 09:56 AM
I'm building a tool that will compile blackberry applications in the cloud.
The thing is, how can i install more than one certificates in the machine and compile the applications using different certificates?
I can see that the cmd line of the bbwp.exe try to use the SignatureTool.jar from the bin directory.
It's something like, java -jar SignatureTool.jar *.cod password...
But, i can't see how the signaturetool find the certificate and which it will use.
Can someone help-me with this thing?
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05-21-2011 07:14 AM
You can't do it
I have to swap drives every so often to sign
As a result I currently have four signers depending who I sign for
Remember that only the final sign needs to be a specific company so all your development can be done on the one box
My solution is not ideal but it works
You would think that companies like BB would realise that developers work for multiple clients (they all mess you up over this with the exception of Droid)
05-21-2011 01:46 PM
05-21-2011 04:11 PM
Five would be just about manageable - 50k - forget it
What I have is a drive partitioned into 10G segments - this is about the bare minimum you can throw XP on
In my own case I only needed two on top of my main intsalls - so I have a drive with multiple XPs, each with just enough space to allow signing.
If I need to sign for a specific client I simply remove the main drive in the multiple signing machine and put in the drive with my alternate signers - sign - and reverse the operation
It takes me about 20 minutes to go completely through a swap out. sign and swap back in cycle - this can be done faster if you use a desktop with a caddy system
Hopefully BB will sort this issue out properly one day soon but for the moment that's the best solution I've come up with
05-23-2011 03:50 PM
The solutions will be: i'll compile using my company certificates to compile all applications and i'll change in the config.xml the company that owns the application.