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11-12-2012 11:05 AM
I'm trying to encrypt/protect an existing database with its app.
They're working well together but I don't understand the signing process described in https://developer.blackberry.com/java/documentatio
I've received and used the 3 files sent by the BB authority on the .cod.
Do I have to create another app to encrypt/protect my existing DB ?
What is the "code signing key file" ?
... Well I'm lost, I need help ^^
Solved! Go to Solution.
11-12-2012 01:52 PM
The link below should help. It's for persistent objects instead of SQLite, but the concepts and general steps for setup are the same.