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02-01-2012 10:36 AM
I want to test a sample application ( as at https://bdsc.webapps.blackberry.com/html5/api/) on my torch 9800, to deploy by my Bes Express.
I received and install the keys needed to sign, but when I start
"C:\Program Files\Research In Motion\BlackBerry WebWorks SDK 220.127.116.11>bbwp C:\output\BBtest.zip -g [mypass] -o C:\output\sign"
this is the message I receive:
Parsing command line options [INFO]
Parsing bbwp.properties [INFO]
Validating application archive [INFO]
Parsing config.xml [INFO]
Populating application source [INFO]
Compiling BlackBerry WebWorks application [INFO]
Starting signing tool [ERROR]
In a verbose mode I can see warnings about deprecated API but nothing interesting.
I'm using JRE and SDK 1.7 but I have installed and used the 1.6 versions.
The same result with Ripple standalone in his last version.
Again..some other details...
WebWorks version 18.104.22.168.
Windows 7 pro 32 bit with administrative rights.
All the times I run the bbwp tool I receive mutiple emails with:
"A code signing request completed successfully for client xxxxxxx. The client has 2147483647 request(s) left.
The client was sent back the following message:
Signing server ID RRT signed code file from client ID xxxxxxx"
The signature tool seem to complete all request to sign (green rows).
Can anyone help with this?
03-08-2012 02:32 AM
double click on the .cod file in the "StandardInstall" folder after packaging via command line or Ripple.
A java window named "Signature Tool" appears. Press the "Request" button and insert your valid password.
An Internet communication start to the Rim signature servers and you could see the status column updating with
the green word "Signed".
After the required signatures have been reached you can close that window and start using the .cod file with a simulator or zip everything in "StandardInstall" folder using it with a Rim Enterprise Server (Express too).
Let me know if it works for you.