07-29-2013 12:41 PM
If you use FlashDevelop please let me know if you run into any issues using it.
08-05-2013 01:41 PM
thanks a lot, I could make my project run on the emulator thanks to your template and guide, which I couldnt before. I will now try to find the difference.
Just a sidenote: Your template is unable to handle spaces (project name, flexsdk path, etc.), a couple of " here and there help
08-06-2013 09:41 AM
Is there any significant difference to make it run on the Playbook Simulator? I just changed the SDK location in the PATH. The project compiles and successfully installs, but when I start it, nothing happens.
08-06-2013 10:44 AM
Sorry, it works only with Air 3.1. So I guess 3.5 is not supported yet for the playbook?
That's correct. The PlayBook only supports AIR 3.1. We have no plans on upgrading the PlayBook OS to support an updated version of AIR.
08-29-2013 09:10 AM
Hi, I tried this template - And when creating certificate, I got this error
Error: Keystore load: C:\Users\MyName\AppData\Local\Research In Motion\author.p12 <The system can not find the file specified>
And When checking this folder, only "barsigner.db" file created.
08-29-2013 09:22 AM - edited 08-29-2013 09:24 AM
It seems like you haven't generated your developer certificiate. I copied these instructions from the readme:
Create a developer certificate by filling out the fields in the 'bat\CreateCertificateBlackBerry.bat' file and then Execute it by right clicking.
You only need to do this the first time.
RDK_LOCATION: You get this file in an email after filling out the form online
PBDT_LOCATION: You get this file in an email after filling out the form online
CSJ_PIN: This is the PIN you set in the online form
STORE_PASS: This is a password that you're going to create and use for signing apps
Once created your developer certificate can be found here - C:\Users\[USER-NAME]\AppData\Local\Research In Motion
Make sure to back up your author.p12, barsigner.csk and barsigner.db files. You will need these to update your apps down the road.
You can find the full documentation here - https://developer.blackberry.com/air/documentation
08-29-2013 09:37 AM
This is the content of my bat file:
Did I miss some steps?
08-30-2013 05:38 AM - edited 08-30-2013 06:04 AM
Hi - I did not register RDK file - But It's all done with all command lines (generating author.p12....). I also tried to run the CreateCertificateBlackBerry.bat again, the error is still there. The template packs signed app very well. Thanks!
09-08-2013 03:42 AM - edited 09-08-2013 03:47 AM
Your template and guide helped me a lot! Now I am able to test applications using the simulator
I agree with poltergeist regarding the handling of spaces, I had to hardcode my flex SDK path in "run.bat" because of my project name. Other than that, the project builds smoothly.
I would really appreciate if you could detail more the "Using the BlackBerry SDK for Adobe AIR and AIR Native Extensions" section because I am having a little issue adding the Blackberry services to my app.
If you have the time, I would really appreciate your help: