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12-09-2012 04:08 PM
In the past, I did not have any issues testing my app on my playbook device via WiFi and using Flash Builder 4.6.
After reformatting, I installed Flash Builder 4.7 along with the newest Adobe AIR and Playbook SDK.
Now when I try to run my application on the Playbook, Flash Builder gives me the following error:
Error occurred while packaging the application: Packaging failed:1 C:\Users\Ivan\AppData\Local\Temp\bar-app6278851740
483465636.xml: error 102: Invalid namespace http://ns.adobe.com/air/application/3.4 Error: AIR validation failed
My appname-app.xml file contains:
I have followed all the current instructions on the Getting Started page. As instructed, I have changed my compiler options to force compiling for AIR 3.1. If I try to modify the XML file to use 3.1, I get this error:
Namespace 3.1 in the application descriptor file should be equal or higher than the minimum version 3.4 required by AIR SDK .
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Solved! Go to Solution.
12-09-2012 07:31 PM
12-10-2012 12:02 AM
There are some special instructions for using the current SDK with FB 4.7:
"There is an option to integrate with Flash Builder, this is for Flash Builder 4.6. Do not select the Flash Builder checkbox."
I haven't grabbed the FB4.7 trial so have not followed these myself, but just to double check, did you
follow the instructions at the above link, and do they look the same as you did when you tried to install?
The support pages have been in flux, so what is posted now might be diffferent from what was posted
when you tried to follow the getting started guide.
12-10-2012 01:53 AM
I did check the box to integrate with Flash Builder the first time I installed it, but then re-installed following all those instructions but I still get the same issue :/
Perhaps I have to re-install Flash Builder and start the entire process over...unless someone can offer another solution.
12-10-2012 02:01 AM
I agree...but there does not seem to be a direct way of uninstalling the SDK...
Re-running the installer does not give an uninstall option and I don't see how else to do a legit "uninstall"
12-10-2012 02:07 AM
Nor is there an entry under Windows Control Panel > Add/Remove Programs. You could try simply deleting the entire folder where you installed the BB SDK and then re-running the installer. I don't know for sure but maybe the installer writes configuration files into your BB SDK install directory that do the Flash Builder integration. AIR SDK installs are just an unzip, so maybe the BB AIR SDK install is an unzip plus the installer editing some config files.
12-10-2012 05:14 AM - edited 12-10-2012 05:16 AM
Need to set -app.xml file header to:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" standalone="no"?>
BB does not yet support AIR 3.4.
Flash Builder will default to the latest AIR version.
The documentation here says otherwise:
If you are importing a project from a previous version of the BlackBerry 10 SDK for Adobe AIR, you must update the namespace of your project to version 3.4.
Anyway, follow the steps from the above link and you should be good to go
12-11-2012 02:00 AM
I just followed the entire tutorial on a different computer, completely fresh install, and I have the exact same issue as my original post.
There is a problem on both computers however:
As per the instructions, when creating a new ActionScript Mobile Project, everything is ok until I add the ActionScript Native Extensions. When I select them, instead of having a green checkmark next to them like in the tutorial, I get a red X and an error message saying:
This ANE does not support Desktop(Windows) platform.
The 2 (and only 2) ANEs are QNXNetwork.ane and QNXSensors.ane
I have read the tutorial carefully multiple times. Perhaps I am overlooking something....or others must be running into the same issue. I did not have this problem when working with Flash Builder 4.6, but now I cannot find an installer for 4.6...