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Registered: ‎02-21-2011
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Creating a debug token issues

Hi guys,

 

I'm having issues creating debug tokens and I was hoping someone could help! I'm trying to create the token from the command line. When I used the following line to register the CSJ it reports "barsigner error: already registered with RDK".

 

blackberry-debugtokenrequest -register -cskpass <your csk password>
    -csjpin <your CSJ PIN> <path to your CSJ registration file>

I haven't registered it before, but I thought that I'd try to create the debug token using the following line, but this reports that "debugtokenrequest error: not yet registered to request debug tokens"

 

blackberry-debugtokenrequest -cskpass <csk password> -keystore <.p12 file> 
    -storepass <keystore password> -deviceId 0x<PIN tablet 1> 
    -deviceId 0x<PIN tablet 2> -deviceId 0x<PIN tablet n> <debug_token_file_name.bar>

 

So I'm stuck! I can't do either. Can anyone help?

 

Cheers,

 

Mark

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Registered: ‎03-23-2011
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Re: Creating a debug token issues

[ Edited ]

Are you using the CSJ file from the second email? If you registered to get the original CSJ file for signing with RIM, you should have received a secondary email from blackberry under the heading "Blackberry Tablet OS Debug Token" with a new CSJ file. The prefix of this file is "client-PBDT".
in summery, don't use the original CSJ file used to sign your app with rim.

 

I have a full guide on setting this up here:

 

http://www.mellisdesigns.com/blog/?p=37

 

regards

Mitch

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Re: Creating a debug token issues

Thanks for the quick reply Mitch. I was using the original csj file for the first part & the new csj for the second part (which I believe is what the instructions said). Your blog post looks great! I'll have a go later today and let you know how I got on.

Cheers,
Mark