03-04-2011 12:47 AM
I got this in an email.... however i used the flash builders code signing... do i still have to sign the app using command or does this mean the .bar is signed? i blocked my client number haha
A registration request completed successfully for client '**********'. The client has ********* code signing request(s) left.
The client was sent back the following message:
Client '*******' successfully registered with signing server ID RDK, and now has ******** code signing attempts remaining.
03-04-2011 12:49 AM
yes you still need to use the command line to sign your bar file. there is a bug in burrito that prevents proper signing and will not notify you of an error. also make sure when you do, remove the debug data when you compile. here is a link that can walk you through packaging and signing:
03-04-2011 01:23 AM
03-04-2011 02:12 AM
wow another quick reply! haha thanks for that link i seemed to have figured most out... but im lost at this point ... i try to request a signature... and i get this message
Error = Code signing request failed because Package-Author in Manifest is not se t to [Robert]. ] barsigner error: server error: Code signing request failed because Package-Autho r in Manifest is not set to [Robert].
03-04-2011 06:21 AM
Robert, make sure Publisher Name is same in following:
1- in App World Vendor Portal
2. in your Signing Keys Request WebForm
3. in your mygame-app.xml -> <publisher> tag
4. CN in command-line you used for signing
I hope this helps.
// chall3ng3r //
03-04-2011 10:44 AM
If there is a space in your company name you might have to put quotes around it (I did anyway).
So if it's Robert Lastname.p12 make sure you put
"Robert Lastname".p12 into the command line.
And check that it matches with whats in the blackberry-tablet.xml file <publisher> tag. Also it should be exactly the same name as you used when you filled in the form for RIM to send you the .csj file.
03-04-2011 12:48 PM
@robert: you need to have set up a blackberry-tablet.xml file like the above post stated. it is a separate file than the -app.xml that you have to create. In it will be a set of <publisher> tags that you need to set to be what you put into the online form when you registered your keys, which in your case is Robert. Your blackberry-tablet.xml file should look like this:
Make the necessary changes and save this in the same directory as you -app.xml file. then package it all together. Then try to sign again. Good luck!
03-04-2011 04:43 PM
Thanks! it worked haha
but now it seems that it still says -debug after i reinstalled the .bar that was just signed... its strange because i used the -debug=false for the compiler and i made sure debug was nowhere in any of the xml files... does anyone know what could still be causing this??
03-04-2011 04:46 PM
yes, you have to go into your -app.xml right before packaging and edit out any mentions of "debug" (should be two places, ID and name). so even though burrito is no longer in debug mode, it doesnt take out the -debug from the -app.xml file. You may have to change the version number to somethig like 1.0.1 as well if you plan on signing again. So after doing so, re-package sign and check again. should be ok from that point on. good luck!
03-04-2011 04:52 PM
Alright!! haha thanks so much!! i love these forums more than any others i have been to haha...
i really wish blackberry could make this easier haha but yeah thanks for everything!! now i just wish i get my app approved!