1 Reply Latest reply on Dec 21, 2011 1:07 AM by RaRaton

    Problem signing application to BlackBerry from Flash builder 4.6 premium

    RaRaton Level 1

      Hi,

       

      I would like generate "BlackBerry" version of my application with Flash Builder, for this i'm using this guide.

       

      http://docs.blackberry.com/en/developers/deliverables/37176/BlackBerry_Tablet_OS_SDK_for_A dobe_AIR-Getting_Started_Guide_for_Windows_Developers--1943146-1206065540-001-2.0_Beta-US. pdf

       

       

      First, i have uninstalled older flash builder versions, and i have installed Flash builder 4.6 premium.

       

      After, I have installed the BlackBerry Tablet OS SDK for Adobe AIR.

       

      Next, I have updated the BlackBerry Tablet OS SDK plug-in.

       

      But, my problem is using the deployment setup wizard.

       

      I tried with the BlackBerry Tablet Simulator started, but when I click "Run the BlackBerry Tablet OS Deployment Setup Wizard" to configure your development environment, the wizard is not showing.

       

      I would like generate my application, ".bar" file, signed with the reals certificates of BlackBerry. But i don´t know what is the problem.

       

      Somebody have tested if this wizard is working to Flash builder 4.6.

       

      Furthermore, i have tried to setting the reals certificates of BlackBerry, with the preferences window:

       

      Flash Builder > Preferences > Flash Builder > Target Platforms > BlackBerry Tablet OS > Signing.

       

      Such as at this url:
      http://www.adobe.com/devnet/air/articles/packaging-air-apps-blackberry.html


      But when i click Register button, the dialog is not showing.

       

      Any idea is wellcome.

      Thanks

        • 1. Re: Problem signing application to BlackBerry from Flash builder 4.6 premium
          RaRaton Level 1

          Hi all,

          I have found the problem

           

          BlackBerry Tablet OS search a path that don´t exist in my spanish Windows X.

           

          As my system is at spanish, BlackBerry Tablet OS installer create this path:

          %HOMEPATH%\Configuraci¾n local\Datos de programa\Research In Motion

           

          To resolve the problem, you must to create the path in english and copy the content of spanish path:

          %HOMEPATH%\Local Settings\Application Data\Research In Motion

           

          By default, code signing keys are stored in a central location in your profile directory and used by all BlackBerry Tablet OS development tools. The default locations of these files vary based on operating system and  are outlined in the following table.  

          Note: In a Windows XP environment, the default  %HOMEPATH% is C:\Documents and Settings\<username>.  In a Windows Vista and Windows 7 environment, the default %HOMEPATH% is  C:\Users\<username>.

           

          Windows XP

          %HOMEPATH%\Local Settings\Application Data\Research In Motion

          Windows Vista  and  Windows 7

          %HOMEPATH%\AppData\Local\Research In Motion

          Mac OS

          ~/Library/Research In Motion

          UNIX and Linux

          ~/.rim