01-06-2010 12:14 AM
The problem is only for the COD files in the App World.
The same COD files are distributed in my web site and I don't have any report or any error about this problem. Just now, this is the option for my users when they install from App World and they don't can open my app.
By the way, in the App World doesn't exist JAD files, only COD. I can't check/change the size for this files :/
In my web site I have COD+JAD files.
01-06-2010 01:51 PM
Can you get a copy of the cod files from the affected users? They can use javaloader (included with the BlackBerry JDE and BlackBerry Java SDK) to copy the cod files from their BlackBerry to their PC. Once you have a copy of them, open the cod files up with the SignatureTool and see if it shows them as signed.
Have the users tried re-installing your application? If so, do they still get the signing error? Do all users install the same set of cod files or do you have different cods for different BlackBerry smartphone models/versions?
03-24-2010 10:16 AM
I'm having the same problem on Bold 9700 with OS 5.0 -- it gives RRT error for an app that has been signed with keys that work just fine with 4.x
Did you find a solution?
03-25-2010 11:26 AM
You know what I find strange is that I can run 4.x based apps (that use secure APIs) on 5.0 device, but as soon as I use e.g. browserfield2 (5.0 API) it doesn't run on the 5.0 device, even when signed with the same key.
03-29-2010 05:57 AM
I managed to solve this problem with the help of knowledge base article DB-00717
Basically you need to create a small .csl file before signing, then you can install your .jad
03-30-2010 03:53 AM - last edited on 03-30-2010 10:50 AM by dany_s
That doesn't matter, I'm also using Eclipse.
It's the signing tool that needs that little file.
Edit: it doesn't work again! I don't see the logic in [keep it courteous please and don't attempt to avoid the filter] blackberry
10-18-2010 04:48 PM - edited 10-18-2010 04:49 PM
I am facing the same problem when running applciation developed under 4.6 JDE, trying to run it on 8900 4.6.1
ERROR: module attemps to access secure API, when running application on device, which is freshly signed.
I have seen this article and their resolution
52525400=RIM Runtime API
but that line was already in my csl file.
Can anyone help me ?
04-13-2011 06:09 PM
I have a similar problem.
When I compile in Eclipse, it says the module 'core' is not found. So I compiled it with ant. The core.cod is included in the project, but I don't have a signature key for ant, so I need to sign with Eclipse.
Then I copy the project .cod file to overwrite the project .cod file in Eclipse and ask Eclipse to install the app in the device, it tries to sign the app and deploys.
I say it tries to sign because it shows some files as not signed.
If I close the sign tool, the applciation seems to apply fine. When I try to run the application, then it says "App tries to access a secure API".