08-16-2011 10:02 AM
I have a quick question for everyone. I successfully integrated the BBM SDK into my application and I am letting the user 'send' photos to their BBM contacts (which works perfectly fine).
In the BBM message that is sent, it has the applications name which is clickable (this attempts to download the application on the persons phone if they do not have it). When the user clicks the applications name, it will give me an error message that
"XXX application is not installed, Download XXX from App World now? "
If you press OK will give you another message
"XXX is not on App World Launch App World anyway?"
The issue is that my application is on App World. How do I somehow register/direct the BBM SDK to the correct App World link for my application?
Any help would be greately appreciated. Thanks
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08-16-2011 05:41 PM
This will happen until you submit the new version of your app to AppWorld. The BBM SDK looks to see if the same app as it came from is in AppWorld, so until you sumbit an updated version with the BBM SDK included, this is the result you will get.
08-17-2011 08:13 AM
You get unique APP ID from blackberry for each & every app, BBM check for your app of given device & if it's not found then it shows download option by it self, major chance is that your current app is not live on App world so when you are clicking on download link it's not showing anything. Don't worry about it once your app goes live it automatically redirect to to your app page in app world, I was also having that concern initially but have tested that & it's work fine for our company app.
08-17-2011 09:59 AM