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02-07-2012 04:10 PM
As we know, at the blackberry device, one application is listed as CodeModuleGroup. Each code module group can have a group name and a friendly name. Based on my testing experience, for this software: http://appworld.blackberry.com/webstore/content/38
group name: iSpeech Translator:iSpeech.org
friendly name: iSpeech Translator
So the group name is <friendly name>:<vendor name>, is that always that way or user could change the group name any way they want?
By the way, the group name convention is same as the group name for applications installed from a JAD file.
Thanks in advance for your insight.
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02-09-2012 11:25 AM
For app downloaded from AppWorld it is the same naming convention every time: app name + vendor name. If you install from your own server via JAD you get usually only the app name as CodeModuleGroup name. It doesn't affect installation actually, I have updated OTA installed app with AppWorld version and vice versa, no issues at all.
02-09-2012 01:25 PM
>>For app downloaded from AppWorld it is the same naming convention every time: app name + vendor name.
Thanks a lot for confirming this.
>>If you install from your own server via JAD you get usually only the app name as CodeModuleGroup name
Actually I don't see this based on my testing. The group name seems to be MIDlet-Name:MIDlet-Vendor. The friendly name is MIDlet-Name. With that, it would be same as app downloaded from app world.