02-05-2010 09:47 AM
All the information you may require is at my first post.
But it seems that i have found the cause of this problem but not the solution.
I found out that the new SDK does not producue the *.cod files in the two directories the old one did (meaning the OTA and Standard directories).
I deleted all the files inside the bin folder of my development - source folder, and i found out that the new SDK only produces the *.cod, *.jad etc... files in the root of the bin folder and i was useing the old and unsigned ones.
Please inform the other users.
( I want credits for the discovery !!! )
But, now i face a new problem. I usually use my web server and download the OTA *.cod and *.jad files to my device, I tried the same now and i get the following error message:
907 Invalid COD
Unable to import ZIP file
Now, what shall I do...
02-05-2010 09:56 AM
That is very odd that it is not creating the two directories... we have someone taking a look into this to see what may be going on.
02-05-2010 10:04 AM
Please inform me of the progress.
To further help you I wiil describe the process that I follow:
As I mentioned earlier in one of my posts i use the command line to compile my widget. I go to this directory:
C:\Program Files\Research In Motion\BlackBerry Widget Packager
and I type:
bbwp C:\ <...Path...> \ <Widget Name>.zip /g <password>
this produces the resulting files only in the folder: C:\ <...Path...> \bin\
02-05-2010 11:30 AM
It appears that the binary installer for Beta3 that made it to the website was the incorrect build. We are in the process of updating the binary now.
As soon as it is live I will let you know.. it shouldn't take long.
I apologize for any inconvenience
02-05-2010 02:34 PM
You can now go and get the latest Beta 3 file.. for details you can check out the sticky post at the top of the the forum
02-09-2010 08:40 AM
I have to point out something about the new SDK.
Whenever i complie a new widget (with different name from the previous one) everything inside the "bin" folder is deleted and only the *.cod files of the last compiled widget appear.