06-19-2012 12:42 PM
After trying 3 times making a release i still getting this email:
Dear App World Vendor,
Unfortunately Release '1.0.1' from your product 'XXXXXXX' has not passed testing and therefore cannot be approved for sale through BlackBerry App World.
Please fix the following issues and resubmit your application as a new release,
Items that need attention:
The apps fails to launch and got error message "The application fails to launch and displays the following error message with an ""OK"" option to dismiss it: ""Error starting XXXXXXXX: Module ‘XXXXXXXXX’ attempts to access a secure API“ on 9300, 9360, 9810 and 9860
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Wipe the test device.
2. Install the application.
3. Launch the application.
4. Notice that the above mentioned error message appears and the application fails to launch."
The BlackBerry App World™ Team
I been searching on internet and i think its a signing issue, but the file i'm uploading it's well-signed, i checked with SignatureTool.jar and all the mandatory-sign files are in green.
Maybe i'm uploading the wrong file, uploaded the .cod file zipped.
The app it's only for phones and it's made with Phonegap 1.7.
Any had the same issue??
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06-21-2012 03:03 PM
Can you post a screenshot of SignatureTool opened, showing the signatures applied to the COD file?
06-27-2012 11:18 AM
Is it possible the wrong cod files were uploaded? Are you able to reproduce this error? If so, after running the application capture the event log and post the lines showing your application starting up. In particular, look for lines that say "no sig from ...". You can extract an event log using the following command:
javaloader -u eventlog > log.txt
07-05-2012 02:46 PM
I was uploading the wrong files -__-
I was moving the output to another folder using ant, and then uploading that folder, aparently a file was missing or somenthing like that...