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01-14-2012 05:23 PM
I have a question about submitting an app,
I have a web app
I've packaged and signed it with ripple,
i've uploaded the cod files,
but it wont accept my zip file that ripple has packaged ('invalid file error')
but im worried that my actually web application wont work becuase my zip file wouldn't upload
01-16-2012 12:57 AM - edited 01-16-2012 12:58 AM
While dev tools for Java and AIR theirselves generates the proper release files, I couldn't find similar functionality with Web tools. I always had to ZIP all needed files manually in that case and use CMD tools to finalize the app.
Can you confirm that the release file was signed? Open the file with winzip and check the number of manifest files.
01-16-2012 03:57 AM
Well when I package and sign with ripple it says that the build was successful and that java signature tool has signed all 60 files....
and i also get a tone of emails confirming that it has been successfully signed...
but the zip file that ripple makes, only has my config.xml file and the files that are used for my web apps....
01-16-2012 04:43 AM
I want to make sure I'm doing this right, so I've included some videos of what i did...if anyone who has uploaded an app to vendor portal before (this is my first time), please help me...
this is a video of what I've done...
and this is a video of what ripple packaged...
so my questions is...when i go to vendor portal and release my product, I have already uploaded the <StandardInstall> Folder <cod file>, which splits it into 19 or 20 cod files.
But the zip file which has my web app in it (Part 2), is unable to upload..."error invalid file type"
(which essentially is all my web application)
do you mean i have to zip each file of my webapp?
I'm so confused..
01-16-2012 06:12 AM
Can someone help clarfy if I've done this right...
1.packaged and signed my web app with ripple
2.uploaded the cod file in "Standard Install" folder
please view my videos ...need someone who has uploaded an app to BB App World to help me out, this is my first tme.
Ebscer...you've got a few apps on BB App world...Can you help me out?
01-16-2012 02:04 PM