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I developed one app using webwork sdk. i want to publish my app. For that i need to sign my app.
i created token file. I tried to sign my app using ripple emulator. In its settings i saw two text boxes one is "signing password" i think its the password used for creating token file. Other is "Bundle Number". How to get bundle number?
What is actually bundle number?
Also after signing process i wanna publish my app to blackberry "appworld". For that i must create one vendor account. i'm and individual developer. So according to blackberry i must enter my complete name as "Vendor name:" and this is visible with my app. Is there any way to avoid this? i mean i dont wanna display my actual name with my app, is there any way to do that? i wanna create some other username that can be used with my app. Is it possible?
The bundle number is just a version associated with your application.
In your config.xml, you should have an ID specified along the lines of: 1.0.0 or 220.127.116.11
The bundle number is the 4th digit and the value in Ripple will override the 4th digit in your version. You should increment this when you create a release build (your overall version needs to increment; i.e. 18.104.22.168 is larger than 22.214.171.124.) Otherwise BlackBerry World will not accept the application with an older version.