11-12-2011 08:02 AM - edited 11-12-2011 08:15 AM
When I run the sample demos that provided by BBM SDK v1.1 for BlackBerry Java and as well as in BBM SDK v1.2 for BlackBerry Java, I am not able to run the file. For this I preverify the net_rim_bb_qm_platform.jar file of both versions I get the following Error in command prompt:
Then I extract the net_rim_bb_qm_platform.jar file and check the class
There I found one interface which is not there in entire jar file and Blackberry O.S6.0 AND O.S7.0 : Look below:
Here I got one line:
public final class SmileyScreen extends PopupScreen
implements FieldChangeListener, FocusChangeListener, TextInputDialog
TextInputDialog This class I don't have.
I checked this: import net.rim.device.api.ui.component.TextInputDialog;
But I didn't get TextInputDialog this interface in O.S6 AND O.S7.
I Think that because of this I got "Not Registered' in the Signin tool.
If I am fault please tell me how to run the Blackberry Messenger by using net_rim_bb_qm_platform.jar file.
Thanks & Regards,
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11-13-2011 11:25 PM
11-15-2011 12:40 AM
11-15-2011 05:12 AM
Why are you trying to preverify this jar? As I understand it, it is only meant to be used to develop against. if you want a simulator with BBM installed then you can use one of the Simulators that is provided with the SDK. I presume, thought I have not tried, that you can download BBM for other Simulators.
11-16-2011 04:44 PM
In addition to Peter's comments, any chance you could please clarify what you are trying to accomplish here? As Peter noted, there should not be a need to preverify this .JAR file. In addition, the missing Class would not be connected to your signature keys, but you can request keys here if you are missing them for deployment to physical devices.
To configure various simulators for testing, please see the following document:
Additional documentation can be found here:
Finally, for the BBM Samples, the .JAR file simply needs to be referenced by the samples to allow access to specific functionality, you should not be re-building the contents of the .JAR file yourself.
BlackBerry Development Advisor