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11-16-2012 01:08 PM
** As per request during Port a Thon event **
I can successfully use the Graphical AID to build and install an AIR app, fully signed.
However I cannot debug it.
1/ Can it be debugged in a command window while being installed from the Graphical AID ?
2/ If 1 is not an option, how to do it via commanline install?
I have tried:
blackberry-airpackager -target bar-debug -connect [YOUR COMPUTER'S IP ADDRESS] -package HelloWorld.bar -installApp -launchApp HelloWorld-app.xml HelloWorld.swf [ICON FILE NAME] -device [PLAYBOOK IP ADDRESS] -password [SIMULATOR PASSWORD]
But I get this error:
failure 881 required signatures missing <RDK, AUTHOR>
Solved! Go to Solution.
11-16-2012 01:11 PM
The Tablet OS Graphical Aid doesn't support debugging. You can debug from Adobe Flash Builder or Flash Develop with the BlackBerry AIR SDKs added. Download them here: https://developer.blackberry.com/air/download/
11-16-2012 01:17 PM
OK.. no GA.. thats fine.
This app was created in Flash IDE. Can it still be debugged in FlashBuilder?
Also, command line is an option but I cannot get it to work. Help please.
By getting debugging working, maybe I can eliminate the other questions I have for you during the portathon.
Crazy 36 hours you guys are running there BTW.
11-16-2012 01:33 PM
11-16-2012 01:41 PM
I have never debugged from FlashBuilder before and instructions I have found are old.
Is there any current instructions out there> Adding my device would be a great start.
11-16-2012 02:17 PM
Under Debugger, select "Debug Configuration..."
Select + icon to add a new configuration from the active project
Select BlackBerry for target platform
Select "On device".
You may need to add a test device. I have one for WiFi (Dev Alpha) and Simulator.
Give them the name and their IP address. It has auto detect feature that you might be able to use. This is where you can enter the credentials and "Debug Host IP". I uncheck "Automatically determine debug host IP" and enter the IP of my host machine.
Save the configuration from the Apply button.
Then "Debug" from here. After this, you can just press the debug button in the tool bar.
11-16-2012 02:24 PM
Thank you but this is not a FlashBuilder application.
It was created in Flash. I have a finished signed BAR installed on the device.
There is no 'Active Project'.
11-16-2012 06:12 PM
From this thread I got the impression you were able to get the commandline debug flow up and running with the graphical aid; can you give more details on where you are in the process/what problems you're having?