06-18-2012 02:40 PM
I'm trying to create a debug token according to directions indicated in docs:
The web page says there is a " bbwp\bin" folder. I don't have this folder.
Has there been a change to the SDK? If there has, what's the new proceedure? Or do I need to re-install the SDK?
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06-18-2012 04:22 PM
Hey, this information is probably outdated.
Just put the debugtoken.bar in your SDK folder (
/Developer/SDKs/Research In Motion/BlackBerry 10 WebWorks SDK 22.214.171.124 for me).
Here's a screenshot of that folder.
06-22-2012 09:39 AM
As you suggested, I place the debugtoken1.bar(also renamed to simply debugtoken.bar) in the webworks directory. Still get an installation failure:
Build complete, noe deploying...
Info: Sending request: Install and Launch
Info: Action: Install and Launch
Info: File size: 50317652
Info: Installing HelloWorldApp.testRel_LLoWorldApp4d162001...
Info: Processing 50317652 bytes
result::failure 881 required signatures misssing <RDK, AUTHOR>
06-22-2012 09:45 AM
I've got two more ideas:
06-27-2012 10:45 AM
As you suggested, I repackaged app with -d switch in the bbwp command and attempted to deploy bar file (in my output/device folder)onto my dev alpha device. Still get the same fault. I don't have problems with deploying apps created with Blackberry Cascades(native app builder) so I think the debugtoken is ok.
06-27-2012 01:01 PM
Did you create a new debug token during the Cascades setup process? This might be your problem. The debug token on your Dev Alpha must be the same one as the one you signed your app with.
06-28-2012 11:17 AM - edited 06-28-2012 11:25 AM
I created a new debugtoken using the instructions on the webworks "Using debug tokens" webpage. Succesfully created it, deployed it on device(first removed the previous one) and placed a copy in webworks sdk directory. But when trying to deploy an application to the device I get the following:
result::failure 881 debug token not applicable to this device
( I did use the device pin shown in the devices Settings/About/Hardware view. Though there's some ambiguity between whats a number '0' and the letter 'O'. Assumed a '0' since it appears narrower in general on the device. )