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12-13-2010 11:01 AM
plz help me my work is stuck from a weak.
We purchase signing keys. I have 3 csi files. I follow these steps carefully.
BlackBerry JDE Plug-in for Eclipse Users: 1) Save all 3 .csi files in the same directory (each one will be sent in a separate email message). 2) Start Eclipse. 3) Click on the Window menu item then Preferences, expand BlackBerry Java Plug-in then select "Install New Keys...". 4) Select one of the 3 .csi files saved in step 1 and click Open. 5) Click "Yes" to create a new key pair file. 6) Type a password for your private key of at least 8 characters, and type it again to confirm. This is your private key password, which protects your private key. Please remember this password as you will be prompted for it each time signing is attempted or a signature key is installed. 7) Move your mouse to generate date for a new private key. 8) In the Registration PIN" field, type the PIN number that you supplied on the signature key order form. 9) In the Private Key password field, type the password created in step 6. 10) Click "Register". 11) Click "Exit". 12) Repeat this process for the other csi files.
I Did same this all three files.
But problem is in
C:\Program Files\Research In Motion\BlackBerry JDE 4.7.0\bin
3 files available
but here in this location
only two files
When I open th SignatureTool.jar
And try to click o Request Button.
"Unable to Request Signatures until this application has been registered with all signing authorities required."
|project.cod||Not Registered||Required||RRT||RIM Runtime API|
|project.cod||Not Required||Not Required||3||Not registered with optional signer.|
|project.cod||Not Required||Not Required||RCI||Not registered with optional signer.|
|project.cod||Not Required||Not Required||RBB||Not registered with optional signer.|
|project.cod||Not Required||Not Required||RCC||Not registered with optional signer.|
|project.cod||Not Required||Not Required||RCR||Not registered with optional signer.|
Plz Help me my work is stuck from a weak.
12-15-2010 12:56 PM
All 3 csi files should be installed using the same tool. It looks like you may have installed some using the BlackBerry JDE and some using the BlackBerry Java Plug-in for Eclipse.
The .set file is created after you run SignatureTool once. It is used to store its settings.
It looks like you have installed 2 of the 3 keys into the BlackBerry JDE. You'll need to install the final key (RRT) before you can sign. Once you have finished installing into the BlackBerry JDE you can import your keys into Eclipse by following the steps below.
12-16-2010 05:45 AM
Thanks for your reply..
But I don't have more attempts for registration and start this process again.
12-17-2010 11:50 AM
Then you'll need to conact email@example.com to request a replacement set of keys.