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03-05-2011 11:27 AM
I have installed the signing keys on my machine and signed an app for submission.
Now we are developing an app at orgnisation level and wish to submit that app. I wanted to confirm if, it is allowed to install two signing keys on same machine? or I would set up other machines with all the development environment.
03-05-2011 12:54 PM
That is what I want to avoid:-)
Because that app development is under tight deadline, we still have to receive the keys and I would get a chance to try signing the app only on 15th. And hence I can not take any chances and wanted to check if any-one has tried before.
I guess the best would be to set up another machine.
03-05-2011 01:02 PM - edited 03-05-2011 04:54 PM
03-05-2011 04:52 PM
i would defintiely set up two machines. i believe the rule of thumb was one code signing key per computer. since installing another set of keys would override the database that was originally put into your computer, it would most likely cause a conflict.
03-06-2011 03:48 AM
In theory if you create multiple accounts on the same machine and sign using different key for each user, you should be fine since the database is stored under the specific user's Appdata(Windows). Hoever, I am not sure about signing with multiple keys on the same user account. It might overwrite the database as JRab stated above.
03-06-2011 05:41 PM
I was not able to get two keys on the same machine. I set up a seperate VM, installed he AIR SDK and Tablet SDK and did the code-signing there.
You are not able to register more than one CSJ with the same developer key and I wasn't able to create a second developer key on the same machine. You might be able to do it if you used some scripts to swap files around, but I wasn't inclined to put that much effort into it.
03-07-2011 02:59 PM
BlackBerry Tablet OS code signing keys are tied o the user directory on your PC. You should be able to install multiple keys if you setup multiple Windows/Mac accounts.
You can't have more than one set of keys installed on the same user account.
Note that this applies to keys of the same type. You can have the Tablet OS code signing key and BlackBerry Smartphone code signing keys installed on the same user account.