01-27-2012 05:54 PM
02-03-2012 10:03 AM
I've got the same problem. The first 3 steps without problems, the .bar file is created but does not contain the required files and I get the error message. I've tried it on Windows 7 with Chrome 16.
02-08-2012 11:47 PM
I think I have the same issue.
Sun JDK installed
Small detail - Eclipse puts the developer certificate in .rim but the applet file dialog can't see hidden (.) directories.
Also - found the applet doesn't seem to work on Chrome on the same OS.
02-09-2012 05:17 PM
Thanks for your feedback everyone.
At this point in time, Linux machines are not supported by the online packager. We're working towards a solution as we speak.
If you are indeed developing on a Linux machine, I would suggest using the BlackBerry plug-in for ADT as it will allow you to optimize your application for the BlackBerry PlayBook while allowing you to remain within the ADT IDE.
BlackBerry plug-in for ADT
If you are receiving the error message that your BAR file has already been signed, you will be required to increase the version of your application in order to apply the signature again. This can be done within your IDE through the Manifest (then repackage the APK and BAR), or by using the command-line tools kickver argument.
>bin\apk2bar <myApplication.apk> -m
For the above example, both the converted BAR and APK files reside in the bin folder. Be sure to include the -m parameter.