02-26-2011 03:10 PM
@kmitchell, in case you hadn't followed the threads closely enough, note that you've only "half-signed" the app, if those three are the only files in your META-INF folder. You need the final "double-sign" step which will add AUTHOR.SF and AUTHOR.EC files there.
02-26-2011 03:12 PM
ahh you're right peter. thats a face palm on my part sorry about that kmitchell. good eye peter!
02-28-2011 05:59 PM
I received my CSJ file today, I tried to "Register" my app today but I get:
I know I'm putting in the proper CSJ Pin.
Anyone have any suggestions??
Thanks in advance!
02-28-2011 06:01 PM
the image wont show up for a few hours - a moderator has to approve it. but as for the PIN if its saying that its wrong, make sure that it is all in lowercase when you are putting it in. good luck!
02-28-2011 06:05 PM
I was wondering about the image - I noticed after it was uploaded it said pending approval...
The error just says:
barsigner error: illegal option: -csjpin
That's all. Hence the pin thing. I guess that's what I get for setting a pin in the middle of the night. I didn't even remember setting any pin at first... (slowly recalling.. )
02-28-2011 06:10 PM
so you are attempting the second part of the initial registration from this page:
blackberry-signer -register -csjpin <PIN>
-cskpass <csk password from step 2> <CSJ_file>
i've never seen that error yet. are you entering all the paremater in the order as it is above? also try to use single quotes instead of double around your passwords. it has been found that sometimes double quotes dont do a good enough job. good luck!
02-28-2011 06:19 PM
I'm actually going from Flash Builder "Burrito" - it's now built in.
In any case, at this point, the keys should be deactivated. I noticed in the email in which I received the file, it says if you enter the wrong key more than 5 times, the key is deactivated.
I just requested a new one and verified the key I input and will try again in a few days. It could be a bug with the code signing tool - but, at this point I'll go with I forgot my pin...
02-28-2011 06:25 PM
ah ok thats the problem. you are attempting to register and do all the signing via the IDE (Burrito). You must use the command line. I know that it looks like you can sign via the application, but you in fact cannot. There is a bug that misleads developers into thinking its working, but it really does not. here is a thread by Elena confirming the bug:
so stick to the command line tools when you sign your application in this link:
make sure to follow all the steps correctly. alternatively, there are several threads on this forum that can help you through it. here is one I made that should be able to help you compile, package, and sign your application:
also one final note, make sure your AIR App is using the lastest sdk 0.9.3 and make sure you sign with that SDK too. good luck!