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How to create the .bar file for production mode?

Hi,

 

How do you create a .bar file for the production mode?

When from Flash Builder I setup my project for Production mode, it asks me a RIM Certificate that needs to be registered (and then need a CSI file?). Where do I find this file?

 

Thanks

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Re: How to create the .bar file for production mode?

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Application signing information has not been released yet.  You can submit your application unsigned.  Also, in FB4, in the project's Properties window, under Flex Compiler, you can add

 

-debug=false

 

to compile without debug information.

 

Otherwise, .bar file creation is done as a regular compilation with the BB package CLI.

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Re: How to create the .bar file for production mode?

"You can submit your application unsigned."

that is what I was looking for, thank you

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Re: How to create the .bar file for production mode?

Is there an update on this? Has the app signing process been released?

 

If not do we just submit the debug build that has the name "myApp - debug" or do we have to modify the name to eliminate the word "debug" before submitting?

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Re: How to create the .bar file for production mode?

No, no update to news regarding app signing.

 

The application name should not contain "- debug".  We're not certain where that is coming from since the name of the application only comes from the *-app.xml file.