09-12-2013 01:58 PM
First, download a new BlackBerry ID Token. Then create a new Developer Certificate with the same password. To do so from Eclipse click on the Window menu, choose Preferences, expand BlackBerry, click on Signing and press the Create Certificate button, overwriting the existing one with the same password used for the BlackBerry ID Token.
09-12-2013 02:39 PM - edited 09-12-2013 03:53 PM
Oh, the same error -
Error: The specified CSK password is not valid.
I got new ID and followed the instructions (copied / pasted my password from text file to make sure), it created "author.p12" file and "barsigner.db" with size 0. I tried both - sign from Eclipse and use command-line tool to sign .bar file, but with the same result.
Is there any other way to sign the builds? I can try another computer - but it needs a lot of things to be installed first...
09-12-2013 04:31 PM - edited 09-12-2013 04:31 PM
Did you remove your barsigner.csk file (make sure you have a backup of this) from your original keys? Just to ensure it's not conflicting here. You'll find it in these directories:
Also make sure your new author.p12 file is in the directory above as well.
Are you signing from a command line or from the IDE?
09-12-2013 04:36 PM - edited 09-12-2013 04:55 PM
Yes, I removed all files from Windows RIM directory and added new csk file there.
I tried both, Eclipse and command line with the same result.
Currently installed Eclipse Kepler and installing BB plug in for it on another computer.
Update: installed, but can't find the same Blackberry Tools ("blackberry-keytool and blackberry-signer" ) I used from command line. May be I installed them with Blackberry Native SDK (not plug-in)? I see "signatureTool.jar" in Eclipse plugins folder so. Is it the same? Can I use them with csk file and from command line?
As I see it - all I need are ability to create certificate and sign .bar file on another computer since my developer computer somehow stores invalid password.
09-12-2013 05:04 PM
Finally it worked!!
Seems that something was wrong with that particular project - may be because I tried to signed it with "old" password? Anyway, I created a new project and just re-assembled it - and craeted three files from Eclipse - .bar, .lvs, and .wrn.
Looking forward submittin to app store.
Thank you for help - it was a long road!
09-13-2013 09:10 AM
Odd that you had to create a new project but I'm glad to hear you got it signed.