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11-14-2012 05:03 AM
We are trying to replicate the functionality of the BB app store by creating our own store where we are supposed to load the applications to a server and the user could download it from there by just a single click on a icon in our app, some thing similar to an app store.
One big question that comes into picture is how can I convert the .cod and .jad files which are generated from Eclipse to OTA so that i user can download it in one single click??
Which files im I supposed to upload to our own server???
Can some one guide me through some steps n links??
Thanks in advance!!
11-14-2012 05:38 AM
11-14-2012 05:41 AM - edited 11-14-2012 05:48 AM
Instead of browser Could we be able to download the application from a browser field???... As we are proposing a hybrid application to avoid the interaction of BB browser...
One more doubt simon...
I have read that if the .cod file is more than 64kb then we need to unzip the .cod and save all the siblings into a single folder along with the jad.. What I have observed is in the web folder under deliverables.. we have all the individual cods instead of one singel cod.. So, can we just upload the web folder to the server to make our process easier.. instead of single jad and cod files n moreover checking the complete size of that one singel huge cod and unzipping it if required n so on...???
Please answer my questions..
11-14-2012 05:49 AM
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