07-29-2010 02:16 AM
I am working on 5.0 OS. I developed an app using RIM 5.0 API. So it is supposed to work on all 5.0 OS compatible devices.
I signed the cod file and installed on the device. It is working fine on Storm device. But when am trying to open on the Bold, it is giving "Error while opening MyAppmodule-10'.
Both the devices are of same OS version. The same signed cod is working on Strom but not on Bold.
Note: Am using touchevent API in some part of my coding. Is that the reason behind that error..?
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07-29-2010 04:58 AM
Is the failing device a Bold 9000? If so, has it been upgraded to OS 5.0?
You can code TouchEvent processing on all OS 5.0 devices, however I understand that it will not be invoked for the non touch devices.
07-29-2010 05:09 AM
Yes it is failing in Bold. Actually I am testing on Strom 5.0 OS, client has informed me that the cod is not executing in Bold 5.0 OS, and he sent me the screenshot of the error dialog while opening the app.
I had verified with him that the OS version of Bold is 5.0 OS only.
07-29-2010 05:45 AM
How was the app installed on the Device?
Also with 10 sibling cod files, you have a large app. Have you reviewed this:
07-29-2010 07:27 AM
If you use javaloader to list the cods on the device, are all the cods you expect actually included?
Sorry this is as much help as I can give, I have never had a problem like this. While I have some large apps, I do not use javaloader to install them so have no experience of this.
07-29-2010 07:39 AM
Usually all the cods are included while installing on to device. I also never came across this kind of error.
Ok. can you suggest me what to do now?
what is the mechanism you followed while insaling the app on to device? Shall I ask my client to go for .alx file instead of .cod? I mean go for Desktop manager instead of java loader
07-29-2010 07:54 AM
I always use alx (desktop Manager) or jad (OTA), alx is easier, but jad more convenient.
You can also copy the jad and cods to an SD Card and install from there, which is pretty quick.