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error excuting app

hello friends, anybody can help me with this problem, when i start my app i have:

 

error starting app:Module "app" attemps to access a secure API

 

any idea?

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Re: error excuting app

Sounds like you need to sign your application.

 

E.

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Re: error excuting app

it's signed, please anybody help

so when i sign the app what files i need store in my server? 

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Re: error executing app

The cod files are signed, and these are the files that should end up on device.  If you  go into Options, then Applications, you will find the menu includes a 'Modules' item, select that, scroll down to find your cod file(s) and display the properties of this cod.  That will tell you if they really are signed. 

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Re: error excuting app

After you sign your main cod file, you need to upload all the contained cod files and a suitable jad file (created automaticaly by eclipse).

 

 

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Re: error excuting app

where find the others cod files?

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Re: error excuting app

The cod file generated by the RAPC is an archive of cod files. Use winzip or winrar to open the file. For more details, check OTA installation guides.