05-06-2010 09:24 AM
Working within Eclipse on Win XP 32 bit, everything is fine. Both the demo vibrate example and my own project work perfectly.
However, if I build using bbwp.exe on the command line, using the *exact* same zip files (the ones that Eclipse uses when it runs bbwp), then the extension functionality does not work.
I am using the Bold 8900 (18.104.22.168) simulator. The widget loads fine, runs fine, but the vibrate function, which is provided by the extension does not work -nothing happens.
Note that this occurs both on my project, *and* on the sample extension project in the tutorial above.
Any help or suggestions are greatly appreciated,
05-07-2010 07:08 AM
I would recommend that if you want to build on the command line with bbwp.exe outside of Eclipse to download the standalone BlackBerry Widget SDK. The Eclipse tooling sets paths on the widget SDK that it re-distributes to use the built in Eclipse java compiler.
You can download the standalone BlackBerry Widget SDK command line tool here:
05-11-2010 07:48 AM
I am using the standalone SDK. I have both the eclipse plugin and the standalone sdk installed. Do they conflict if installed on the same machine?
05-11-2010 08:23 AM
They should not conflict.
Can you confirm the version of the BlackBerry Widget SDK that you have installed?