11-17-2011 11:26 AM
Sure that this is a pretty basic question - How can I sign the cod files generated in the OTAInstall folder.
My scenario - Moved over to webworks 2.2 that does not support the eclipse plugin. So had to generate the cod files using command line. All that works. Except when I run the signature tool and select all the cod files in OTAInstall it says - "No signatures required".When I deploy it to the device it barfs with a attempt to access secure API error. This is incredibly frustrating since we moved to 2.2 to avoid some memory leak issues in 2.1 and so had to give up using eclipse...
I can sign the cod file in StandardInstall just fine.
11-17-2011 12:44 PM
When you run the bbwp.exe it will sign your application (both standard install and OTA) for you by providing the signing password on the command line.
It will also do this in Ripple when you configure it to work with the SDK.
11-18-2011 02:54 AM - edited 11-18-2011 03:02 AM
Thanks. Another issue I encountered was that the signature tool kept freezing. Uninstalled jdk 1.7 and installed a 1.6 version and it worked. Using windows 64 bit. Hope this helps.
The low memory error still persists but thats another issue..
01-01-2013 11:29 AM