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08-27-2012 02:34 PM
That worked for me.
Now i get an error window when the Java tool is staring the signing.
"Unable to create a temporary directory necessary for this application"
08-27-2012 03:09 PM
There's a DOS window that opens when you start the ripple services. Have a look at the text that fills that screen and see which folder its attempting to create that it can't. I suspect its the package folder which you would have set in the settings button and form.
What I mean is everything you do in Ripple is displayed in that window. Have a look through there or post some of it here for us to see - just REMOVE your passwords and personal stuff.
08-27-2012 05:28 PM
Ok so i asing some administrator permision to the SDK folder and subfolders and that worked!
The signature tool Runs but the window only marks 2/15 Signatures. But. I do get the 15 emails to my inbox of the 15 signatures so i guess the Java is just messed up. I also get the files on their folders and the zip file of the app! So i going to loaded OTA on my Bold 9900 and let you guys know later if it worked!
08-27-2012 05:44 PM
Ok well.. i guess the signing didn't worked... i try to open my app and it closed the first time saying that it can't be loaded. I try again and i get:
Error starting AppName Module 'AppName' attempts to access a secure API.
08-27-2012 05:55 PM - edited 08-27-2012 05:58 PM
There's something missing from your config.xml or its a signing issue. Based on your comments about the 2/15 I'd say something went wrong with the signing of the files.
Try another device. If you emulating it in ripple try different devices. Sometimes its only a particular device that gives trouble. Which will help you narrow down the problem.
08-27-2012 07:45 PM
I try using another Simulator, This time a 9810 Simulator. I onlye get 1/15 Signatures. But i ghet all the 15 emails confirming the signatures.... On the Details of the Signature Tool Window has a message on the bottom:
Code file does not contain a signature from this SignerId. Please reques a signature. and a Path to a temp folder on my users.
08-28-2012 02:40 AM
Ok, first of all...
1. Ripple likes to use a specific folder for development, are you using that folder? It's in your Users folder and its called RippleSites. So for eg:
2. Never test your app using a file location. ie: in Ripple address bar it should read "localhost:9910/myapp/index.htm" and NOT file://... - the localhost:9910 points to the ripplesites folder, the myapp will be the folder you put your app in, if you create one.
I'm also assuming you're using webworks and your app is in html5 because you're posting in this forum. To some extent the 2 above may be different for different SDK's. Can you confirm these 2 above?
08-28-2012 03:25 AM
1st of all,
Start Ripple services
and in chrome inside the url bar, Write "localhost:9910/" and Press Enter.
It will create the RippleSites folder inside the User,
Place the project in RippleSites and check.
Hope this will be a solution for you.
08-28-2012 11:58 AM - edited 08-28-2012 12:02 PM
Hi. I am using RippleSites to run my app. Yes my app is writed on HTML5. The same App i have no trouble to do all this on the PlayBook SDK! It was fast and no problems at all. But for the Smartphone SDK this is just a nightmare!
08-28-2012 04:55 PM - edited 08-28-2012 04:55 PM
I haven't seen this mentioned yet, but can you please confirm which JDK you have installed in:
C:\Program Files (x86)\Java\
(Or if you are on a 32-bit machine, C:\Program Files\Java\)
The signature tool for Smartphones requires Java JDK 1.6 32-bit installed, otherwise it will run into issues during signing. The behaviour seems like a different JDK version (i.e. 1.7) or format (64-bit) may be installed, or potentially only the JRE and not JDK is installed.