05-12-2012 06:22 AM
I just upgraded by webworks api to version 2.3.?
Since doing that Ripple stopped working so I re-installed. (after uninstall) now when I boot up ripple I get a page that says 404 not found. The URL it is trying to find in the config.ini file appears to be
I try this URL myself and it also does not work.
What has happened here and any suggestions to fixing it. I have tried a complete uninstall and re-install. I have also tried using thechrome extension (but that still seems to use webworks version 2.0.
05-12-2012 07:41 AM
What version of ripple are you using? The new one is in Chrome again, but it requires you to disable any old Chrome ones before setting up the new one.
Should would with SDK 2.3 and a bonus of BB10 SDK
That all said your SDK upgrade should have no effect on Ripple, so not sure why it would stop working.
05-12-2012 12:41 PM
I am now using the new chrome extension. The real issue I had was with regards to using the new webworks 2.3.1. When I select the platform as webworks the only option I have is 2.0. Any way to change that to use the latest libs?
05-12-2012 04:51 PM - edited 05-12-2012 04:55 PM
On my window7, my config file looks like this
And note that, you need to be INITIALLY connected to the internet for Ripple to UPDATE its interface from http://developer.blackberry.com/ripple. NOTE, ripple requires a connection only on the first start up after installation otherwise its will display a WHITE screen or some error. Hope this helps.
05-12-2012 05:37 PM
2.0.0 is what you should be using.
Ripple isn't actually tied to your installed SDK, if that makes sense, it has its own built in functions to emulate the SDK features.
05-12-2012 07:05 PM
05-14-2012 09:40 AM
Thanks for raising this to our attention. There was a maintenance release this weekend, and unfortunately the windowContent=http://developer.blackberry.com/ripple/ URL was impacted.
Very sorry for any inconvenience. The URL is back online now.
Going forward, all developers should be using the new version of Ripple, which is a Chrome extension. The standalone Ripple product is no longer the recommended solution and we expect developers to upgrade and begin using the new extension (hopefully sooner than later):
05-15-2012 03:58 PM
Yes the (new) Chrome Extension does now have support for build / sign / deploy!