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Signature Tool doesn't see required modules to sign

Hi there,

Recently I've encountered the following problem: while attempting to sign my application .cod file I start sigtool.bat , select my .cod file , click OK and instead of the usual list of files named "my_app-1.cod" that require signatures I just see empty list. Looks like signature tools hasn't managed to parse my cod file and define the modules which require to be signed. It's not the case that my cod file was already signed. If so, I'd see the list of  files with Status "Signed". In my case I didn't see any files at all.

Can anyone explain me the issue?

Thanks in advance.

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Re: Signature Tool doesn't see required modules to sign

Wrote to rim support team though. Waiting for response.

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Re: Signature Tool doesn't see required modules to sign

Not sure if I know which icon you refer to. Hovering over the white star icon display judo as text, but I'm not seeing any solution.

 

Having problem similar to yours (I think). Even after installing signatures, code that imports Display class is shown as requiring RIM Runtime API. What am I missing?

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Re: Signature Tool doesn't see required modules to sign

 


hedgerow wrote:

 

Having problem similar to yours (I think). Even after installing signatures, code that imports Display class is shown as requiring RIM Runtime API. What am I missing?


 

Please refer to the following.

 

Signing does not apply the RIM Runtime signature key

http://supportforums.blackberry.com/t5/Testing-and-Deployment/Signing-does-not-apply-the-RIM-Runtime...

 

 


hedgerow wrote:

Not sure if I know which icon you refer to. Hovering over the white star icon display judo as text, but I'm not seeing any solution.


His signature means if a post solved your question click on the star icon to give kudos to the poster.

 

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