02-23-2011 07:30 PM
I realized that Signature Tool lists 2 files that it is sigining "DailyBroadcast.cod" and "DailyBroadcast-1.cod" But there is only a "DailyBroadcast-1.cod" in my build\OTAInstall directory and not the build\StandardInstall directory. So I used the JavaLoader to install both of the files and guess what? IT WORKED! My Hello World page launched! I am not sure exactly why I both (or maybe I just need to one with the "-1" but my guess is that there are two versions of the app and the "-1" version is the one needed. I had been using the cod file in the StandardInstall directory. I am not sure why I should be using the OTA (Over The Air?) cod file when I am using the JavaLoader with the USB hardwire connection?
But something is working now!
Here is the Signature Tool:
Can anybody add some clarity of how to clean up the double file issue and why the OTA version seems like the right one to use?
02-24-2011 01:48 PM
The OTA (Over the Air) folder will sometimes contain more than one *.cod file. This is because for OTA installs, the file sizes are broken down smaller and split up for a more efficient install process.
The Standard Install folder doesn't have this constraint. Whether or not multiple *.cod files are created in the OTA directory will depend on the application's size.
02-24-2011 04:20 PM
I'm just finishing an app with a number of resourses. I was shocked to see that it made some 34 COD files and puzzled why for a while before realizing what TNeil just said: the resources are packaged into small chunks as many COD files... The user doesn't notice or care that there are so many chunks when doing an OTA install, but I will say that the 90-some confirmation emails I get each time I sign the application is downright annoying.
03-07-2011 07:09 PM
The OTA separate files won't work for submitting to App World that I know of so I am back to square one. If I use Eclipse to do the signing, I get the follow error even though I have updated the Widget Permissions in Eclipse with every variation I can think of.
“The resource could not be retrieved because it was not found in the config.xml”
Or I used command line version of bbwp (instead of Eclipse), I get “Attempts to access a secure API.”
Does Blackberry offer support per incident?
03-08-2011 11:38 AM
It looks like it is $249 for help in getting tech support help from Blackberry on this:
If you are without a BlackBerry Technical Support Services contract, or if your subscription does not include developer support, you can purchase a developer support incident for $249 USD
Not an option.
03-08-2011 07:14 PM
It seems like a miracle to me --I finally got it to work!
I upgraded the WebWorks SDK to the lastest version (something like 188.8.131.52 to 184.108.40.206). This always failed when I tried to download it and run it because of read errors. So I downloaded the Visual Studio plugin that includes the widget SDK and the upgrade worked. I had trouble signing with Visual Studio so I went back to Eclipse and it worked to install it on a device where it did not before. My guess is that the .18 version was buggy.
Also changed the remote site widget permissions to:
<access subdomains="true" uri="*"/>
After this change, the app worked on the similator and then on the device -- once it was signed. I submitted to App World.
04-20-2011 06:29 PM
thats exactly what I wanted to get as I developed my first app with webworks and it's running on the simulator fine.
Open a Page inside the App...
I signed the App with all 3 keys and I have checked it with Signature Tool!
But as soon as I want to run it on the BlackBerry I get the error:
"Error starting Test: module 'Test' attempts to access a secure API"
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<feature id="blackberry.com" version="220.127.116.11"/>
<access uri="http://www.test.com/Page.htm" subdomains="true" />
<access subdomains="true" uri="*"/>
Please could some one help me !?
Thanks in advance