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08-04-2008 09:53 AM
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08-04-2008 09:26 PM
I just check my code right now, it doesn't use any api from RIM package, just import java.util.* package. and I want to build it as a library so that it can be used in other applications.
And I click the JDE menu item "request signatures", it informs me that it requires signatures, my god!
I don't know the reason.
08-08-2008 12:29 PM
Try building your application with a recent version of the BlackBerry JDE (such as 4.5.0). It will give warnings if the application uses any APIs that require signing.
Note that it does not warn about an auto start application requiring signing.