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12-10-2010 12:06 AM
I used the following code to to verify activation codes for my application. Some users complained that the activation code were invalid. However I verified the activation codes on my own device and it worked. Do some BlackBerry get different result for SHA1Digest or Random function with the same parameters?
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12-10-2010 12:46 AM - edited 12-10-2010 12:46 AM
SHA1Digest algorithm is same for all platform.
but getBytes() method can return different values depending on encoding used in device or server.
so use consistent encoding every every.