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12-19-2012 12:26 PM
I have been using Eclipse and Cascades and have registered with RIM to sign my apps,
The keys said they were one-time-use only, so I deleted the emails with the keys, but have backed up my Eclipse registration.
How do I now sign WebWorks apps? From Ripple? Command Line? Which keys to use?
Solved! Go to Solution.
12-19-2012 01:08 PM
I believe your signing keys can be used for WebWorks, Cascades, Air, and Native, BB10 and Playbook.
One time use means you can only register with rims signing servers once. Once you have registered you will need to create the appropriate Author.p12 files via command line
This link should help you with setup and registration
for signing your app see this link
Hope that helps.
07-24-2014 03:03 PM
I still find the whole process of signing blackberry webworks apps quite clunky compared to what I do on the other platforms. Too much manual command line work I seem to need to be requesting new certificates too often.