12-07-2011 06:50 AM - edited 12-07-2011 07:00 AM
finally got solution.
i unzipped my cod file ,listed all cod files in alx and everything is working fine.. able to upload through DTM
thanks to peter for his timely help and thanks all !!
Am sure most of them are facing this problem..
procedure followed :
I am targetting OS 5.0 and above so my _blackberryVersion parameter chaged to
removed directory parameter
unzip cod file and list all cod files in alx file ( double click on .cod file , u wil get list of cod files )
<files > TestApp.cod TestApp-1.cod TestApp-2.cod TestApp-3.cod TestApp-4.cod TestApp-5.cod </files>
Here is my final working alx parameters
<loader version="1.0"> <application id="TestApp"> <name > Test App </name> <description > Testing App </description> <version > 1.0.0 </version> <vendor > blackberry developer </vendor> <copyright > Copyright (c) 2011 developer </copyright> <fileset Java="1.49" _blackberryVersion="[5.0.0,)"> <files > TestApp.cod TestApp-1.cod TestApp-2.cod TestApp-3.cod TestApp-4.cod TestApp-5.cod </files> </fileset> </application> </loader>
12-07-2011 07:11 AM - edited 12-07-2011 07:14 AM
DTM version is 18.104.22.168 latest one..(released nov 7,2011 bundle 38 ) device curve 9360 with OS 7.0.
is my solution is wrong ?? am i doing in wrong way.. please let me know.. i dont want to upload in hack way..
12-07-2011 07:25 AM
There is nothing wrong with the solution you have found. Just in theory, you should not need to do it. DTM should be able to take the zipped up cod file and install that. It will unzip it to do so, so you are saving it the bother, that is all!
Your method works, I would stick with it.