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How to install WebWorks app on BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0

Hi everyone,


I am developing webworks app for playbook.

I see the way to install Debug Token on playbook http://yllus.com/2011/06/18/deploying-a-blackberry-webworks-app-to-the-playbook-windows/ . It is great to use 30days and now I see "result::failure 881 debug token signature has expired"


Now I don't know to fix the err. Can you help me?

And Can you tell me the way to install my WebWorks app on playbook (Because this way only show me to install Debug Token)?


See your response soon!

Best Regards,


An Pham

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Re: How to install WebWorks app on BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0

Hi there!


When the token exprires I just create a new one and install it again. So, basically, follow the same steps you did the first time.

Please check the official developer documentation to learn how to do this and how to test the app on a real device:






happy coding!

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Re: How to install WebWorks app on BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0

For a quick and easy way, I've developed a free app that interfaces with all of the commandline tools for the AIR and WebWorks SDKs for PlayBook for both Mac OS and Windows.




To get a debug token after filling in your settings, use the Publish menu and choose Request Debug Token (Cmd/Ctrl+R). When that's finished, to install it use the Publish menu again and choose Install Debug Token (Cmd/Ctrl+D).


To package and install your WebWorks app, open your app's config.xml in FruitBat through drag and drop, the File menu (Open App XML... [Cmd/Ctrl+O]) and then click the Package and Install button in the FruitBat interface under your app's icon. It will create the WebWorks BAR file from your project's folder (no need to make a ZIP file each time; it does it automatically) on each click and install and launch the app on the PlayBook or the PlayBook simulator automatically.