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02-17-2012 03:01 AM
I have created a single app which has two different cod files, one for and above 5.0.0 and another one is for and above 6.0.0. For that I followed guideline given here and created a installer package folder. Here is the folder structure:
.\MyApp.alx Alx file describing all file and version details
.\lib.cod library file for both version
.\500_600\Myapp.cod cod file for and above 5.0.0
.\600_700\Myapp.cod cod file for and above 6.0.0
If I now targeting the alx file my Desktop Software, it is installing proper version. Now I want to submit it in App World. In App World, I failed to upload the .alx file. What I observe that I can upload multiple cod file and mention the min OS version. Do I upload two Myapp.cod files mentioning the minimum OS? How to upload the lib.cod? What should be minimum OS version for that? How to relate them as required library for both version?
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02-17-2012 04:31 AM
Create a bundle for OS5.0+, specify minimum supported version as 5.0 and upload 500_600\Myapp.cod and .\lib.cod
Create another bundle for OS6.0+, specify minimum supported version as 6.0 and upload .\600_700\Myapp.cod and .\lib.cod
AppWorld will do the rest.
02-22-2012 05:54 AM
Is it necessary to enter the "Device Support Details"? I do not want to segregate as the device model. I just want to segregation as per OS version.
02-22-2012 07:01 AM
Yes, it is, since you start with 0 supported devices by default. Just add all devices as supported for both bundles, in this case you will get segregation based only on OS version.
02-22-2012 08:26 AM
I add the main installer for 5.0.0 and library cod file and then add main installer for 6.0.0 and the same library cod file. It shows like that. In all cases, I have selected the all devices in the list.
When go for "Next', it is showing following error:
What is the problem in the file selection?
02-22-2012 10:48 AM
You did it wrong. You have created 4 different bundles, while you need only 2 bundles - one for OS5.0 and one for OS6.0
In the bundle "Installer 5.0.0" you need to add the Lib 5.0 cod files
In the bundle "Installer 6.0" you need to add the Lib 6.0 cod files
Delete "Lib 5.0" and "Lib 6.0" bundles
02-23-2012 12:09 AM
I am using Blackberry JDE. To add third party jar file, I follow the instructions by RIM iteself and created a separate project and added all the jar files there and declare it as a library and then in the original project, added the library as a project dependency. It worked propery, but a separete cod file was created for the library project. Now, how to make it a single cod file bundle so that I can upload it that pattern?
02-23-2012 12:14 AM
02-23-2012 12:53 AM