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01-08-2013 09:58 PM
If I am working on an app with a partner, should we share the same signing keys? Or can two keys be associated to one app?
I asked this to @BlackBerryDev before and this was the response I got: "Each developer should have their own keys. App World submissions ideally should use a separate key only for this purpose. ^RS"
1. How can I manage multiple signing keys on my dev environment? If I have my own personal keys but want to use a separate one to sign the app for the submission, how can I do that?
2. If my partner only ever tests code on a simulator (with a debug token) without a signing key, should they even bother getting a key?
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01-10-2013 07:55 AM
01-11-2013 11:18 AM
01-12-2013 06:11 AM - edited 01-12-2013 06:12 AM
You can switch keys as needed. Just make a backups of both keys (Window -> Preferences->BlackBerry->Signing than click Backup key), and you can switch them by restoring wanted key. Also, make two developer certificates, and switch them as needed by clicking on Select certificate button. Keep in mind, when you select wanted key, you need to delete all debug tokens listed form another developer, because sometimes IDE get confused and sign app with info from another developer debug token if it exists.
01-12-2013 10:58 AM