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01-03-2013 02:52 AM
Hello i have tried to sign in bar files for that i have done following stage
First Windows - > Preferences - > Blackberry - > Blackberry Tools SDK - > Bar signer
IN that i have certified apps
Right Click on android project- > Blackberry tools -> SignIn for APP world
Now You can see the bar file is generated without any error it will looking like below
but when i make zip of this bar file and try to upload on blackberry app world i m getting error like this
can anybody suggest me how to resolve this error because i have already signed with certificate but still i am getting error
"Bar is not RDK signed Bar is not AUTHOR signed This bar contains unsinged entries which have nto
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01-08-2013 04:52 PM
From the image of Eclipse, it appears there is an red 'x' next to the bar file. This typically means there is was an error with your bar file or signing of bar file. Check the Problems view to see if there is anything listed. Maybe an incorrect password was entered etc.