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07-06-2012 09:59 AM
I have no problem creating a webworks application and installing using the command line instructions(described in "Using debug tokens" web page). The simple "Helloworld" installs and runs on my Blackberry 10 Alpha device.
But if I try to use the Ripple Chrome plugin(with Ripple services running), I get the following:
result:: failure 881 required signatures missing <RDK, AUTHOR>.
I did copy the debug token to both Webworks SDK directory and the "C:/users/..../AppData/Local/Research and Motion directory"
Solved! Go to Solution.
07-09-2012 02:31 PM
When using Ripple, are you selecting the "Enable Remote Web Inspector" checkbox in the settings screen? Doing so will build in the necessary debug token info.
12-22-2012 04:23 PM