04-13-2010 10:52 PM
I have an app that is approved and supports 4.3, 4.5, and 4.6. It runs fine on my 4.2/8100 pearl, as long as license checking is turned off, but the license process does not work. I have read the other threads about CodeModuleGroup and 4.2 on this forum, but they do not specifically address what I am seeing.
I can download the app OTA to my 4.2 platform and step through the registration code with the debugger. The same code that runs on the other platforms successfully finds the CodeModuleGroup and writes the appworld key property to the group. However, the property is not persisted across application invocations.
Does dynamic licensing with App World work on the 4.2 platform?
If so how, or what is the best practice for dynamic licensing on 4.2? At this point, I am pretty sure it is not CodeModuleGroup, unless I have to use Blackberry JDE to add the property during the build process? I have not tried that, as I am focused on Eclipse with the Blackberry plug in.
Is there a 4.2 API reference somewhere? This forum is great and has been very helpful to me, but it is not exactly a definitive resource for API support. Having said that, thank you all very much for all the excellent support you provide here.
04-15-2010 03:44 PM
Sorry if I maybe didn't understand fully. Are you not able to read the license key with code like shown here:
04-16-2010 08:52 AM
Perhaps you did not see this in my original post.
"The same code that runs on the other platforms successfully finds the CodeModuleGroup and writes the appworld key property to the group. However, the property is not persisted across application invocations."
On 4.2, the app finds the CodeModuleGroup, writes the property, reads it back to display in a success dialog, but upon restart of the application, no such property exists in the code module group.