01-30-2012 06:32 PM
Unfortunately a forum search didn't reveal anything and since I can't find any way to report problems with RIM's developer website, so here we go...:
As a first time dev, I just downloaded the SDK and emulator, the tried to go thru the "getting started" doc. As first step, it says:
"Request permission to sign BlackBerry Tablet OS applications by completing the web form at http://developer.blackberry.com/native/beta/signin
gkey . After your application is accepted, you
receive two CSJ registration files by email. One file allows you to configure your keystore to sign applications; the other file allows you to create debug tokens. Each file arrives in a separate email
with information about the purpose of the file attached."
Well and that's where I'm stuck already: After filling that form, when I hit the submit button, all I get is:
Warning: preg_replace() [function.preg-replace]: Unknown modifier '/' in /opt/sites/native/app/libs/sanitize.php on line 451 Cannot redirect! Headers have already been sent!
So apparently some PHP-guy didn't properly test his form validation code.
The sad thing:
The only link I could find for website feedback was. at http://us.blackberry.com/contact/ (mailto link email@example.com). And sending a report to that address just resulted in a (useless) canned response, saying that the mail was not delivered and i should find an alternative support option (Followed by various product related links).
Well: I don't have a problem with any products like SDKs, software, devices.... my prob is the RIM website itself!
So hopefully some RIM staff reads this and can direct me to the proper departement....
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01-30-2012 07:08 PM
I'm getting the same error.
I've retried dozens of times in the last 3 days, with both firefox 9.0.1 and IE 9.0.8.
Getting started to develop for the Playbook is proving very frustrating.
01-30-2012 08:10 PM
we're aware of the issue and working to resolve. Should be addressed very shortly. In the mean time, you can order keys directly here https://www.blackberry.com/SignedKeys/
form looks slightly different but its tied to the same backend system and will get you the same keys