Friday, October 9, 2009

Blackberry - Code Signing

You are required to sign your cod if you use BlackBerry API that have a "lock" image besides them.

According BlackBerry, they want to must track the use of some sensitive API.

For the application of new signing keys, you can refers to http://na.blackberry.com/developers/resources/A60_How_And_When_To_Sign_V2.pdf for instructions

BlackBerry will send you 3 files, client-RBB-XXXX.csi, client-RCR-XXXX.csi and client-RRT-XXXX.csi, for registration. And these files will be tied to the installed machine.

Over time, you may change/upgrade your machine and you can reuse the signing keys by copying the following 3 files in the "/bin" directory to the new "/bin".
sigtool.csk
sigtool.db
sigtool.set

After that, you can sign your cod again.

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