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10-05-2012 01:25 PM
I'm trying to sign a BB10 webworks (22.214.171.124) application but I keep getting an error:
[ERROR] Error: The signature on the code signing request didn't verify. The likely cause of this problem is entering an incorrect CSK password.
The problem is that I can't determine the parameter to use to specify the csk password. There appears to be a single "-g" parameter and this password appears to relate to the keystore password.
When signing for tablet OS theres "-gp12" and "-gcsk" parameters but these are no longer valid.
Thanks in advance.
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10-05-2012 02:41 PM
I am doing that. But I still get the error. My keystore and csk passwords are different, I can only specify one of them with the -g parameter. If I use the csk password it says it can't access the keystore and if I use the keystore password it says it can't verify the csk.
10-05-2012 03:13 PM
Try doing this below
bbwp C:\myapp\myarchive.zip -g <myKeystorePassword> -buildId 10 -o C:\myapp\output >> C:\myapp\output\build.log
then go to C:\myapp\output\build.log and read the output log and report back what error you get. Sometimes these logs are more useful than what is displayed in command line
10-05-2012 03:37 PM
The problem lies in the fact that my keystore and csk passwords are different and bbwp is expecting them to be the same (which it doesn't do for the playbook). If I created new keys I would use the same for both.
Anyhow I have found a solution and that is to use the -p parameter:
bbwp c:\myapp\myarchive.zip -g mykeystorepassword -p params.json -o c:\myapp\output
The csk password is specified in the params.json file thus:
Thanks everyone for your input.