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03-07-2012 03:39 PM
I am building an app for blackberry devices using HTML 5 with Webworks SDK. I pull data from an API, the domain of which is set in my config file. So far development is going great and the app runs without a glitch on my Ripple Emulator. Now when I package and sign the app and install it both on a Blackberry Simulator and a Physical Blackberry device this is what I experience:
The app installs and loads, but fails to connect to my API, hence even the simple login does not work. When I output the responses I get an internal server error. But this same code works on the Ripple Emulator with actual expected payload on every call.
Physical Blackberry Devices:
The app installs but does not run. But it is the same package as was installed on the Simulator
So I am wondering, is there anything I may be missing out or anything I need to set in place. Do I need to get a new app signing key? Or a different SDK version?.
Does anyone know what I can do next. I have been told that it is not an issue with the signing keys.
03-13-2012 12:14 PM
You do not need to sign an application to run it on a simulator. However you DO need to sign it to run on a live device.
Are you correctly whitelisting the domain in your config.xml file? Make sure you have something like this:
<!-- whitelist all domains --> <access uri="*" subdomains="true"/> <!-- whitelist a specific domain --> <access uri="http://www.MYURL.com" subdomains="true"/>