02-17-2011 11:12 AM
I missed the selector when I was looking at the form. Thanks.
02-17-2011 11:52 AM
02-17-2011 03:10 PM
Things are moving ahead.
I'm going to resubmit my apps as soon as my signing keys get in.
I second that.
02-17-2011 03:14 PM
Will there be a possibility to get keys if you don't have a credit card? I don't have one (like most students in Belgium) and I am not sure using a relative's card would be okay.
02-17-2011 03:20 PM - edited 02-17-2011 03:25 PM
I don't think there would be a big problem with this because I know some people who use their full real name on their credit card, and a short-version which is a lot different as their normal name....And I would believe that the web form doesn't compare names..but that's just a thought.
02-17-2011 03:21 PM
A credit card is required.
The form allows for the code signing keys to be sent to someone other than the credit card holder.
The card holder should be aware that they are responsible for use of the code signing keys.
02-17-2011 04:54 PM
I'm assuming the signing functionality is not built in to Flash Builder as it is in Eclipse. That said, I am on a Mac. I do not understand this line from the instructions on how to sign your app:
Initialize communication with the RIM® Signing Authority by using the blackberry-signer tool.
How does one do that? The only place I've found to download the signer authority tool is for an .exe which I can't use on a Mac. Is there anything detailing how to actually accomplish this task? I have my .csj file, but I have no idea how to move forward.
02-17-2011 05:03 PM - edited 02-17-2011 05:03 PM
You can have someone that holds a Visa/Mastercard apply for the signing and put it in your name - it supports that. They're just responsible like was stated above. Buy 'em something from the vending machine for doing it.
Edit: My application for signing was completed within 8 hours. Signed up this morning, completed already.
02-17-2011 05:03 PM
The SDK contains, in the bin/ folder, both blackberry-signer and blackberry-keytool, as shell scripts that launch Java programs. I assume it's the same on Mac as on Linux and Windows, in that respect.