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  1. #1
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    Signing a bluetooth application

    Hi,

    We are trying to test sample Bluetooth application (BtPMPExample) on 3rd edition E61 mobile.

    We downloaded Developer Certificate Request Wizard, Version - 2.3.

    In the second step, the wizard needs Publisher ID and Private key.
    So we used makekeys utility to create certificate and key. We used following command for that:
    makekeys -cert -password shilpa123 -len 1024 -dname "CN=Shilpa CO=US" ShilpaKey.key ShilpaCert.cer

    The .cer and .key files were created successfully.

    We provided this .cer file for the Published Id, password and .key file for the Private key to the Developer Certificate Request Wizard.
    In Step 3 of this Wizard, it shows the Country and Common Name as specified in the makekeys utility. All the fields are disabled, so that we can't modify any one of them.

    On clicking next, it asks for "Enter State" . Now we are not able to specify the State from the makekeys utility or the Wizard.

    Our queries are:
    1. How to provide the State in the Developer Certificate Wizard?
    2. Is there any other way to sign our bluetooth based application? We tried to "Self sign" and "Sign sis file with certificate/key pair" the application using Carbide IDE (Carbide Build Configuration), but the sis file generated doesn't get installed on the mobile device (error - Certificate Error: Contact the application supplier)

    We followed http://blogs.forum.nokia.com/index.p...&articleId=93& and http://discussion.forum.nokia.com/fo...mp;postcount=8 links but no success till now. Also we changed the setting on mobile so that All applications can be installed. (App.Manager->Tools->Settings)

    Please let us know the exact approach to sign a sis file.

    Regards,
    --Shilpa

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    Re: Signing a bluetooth application

    No. You do not give such random values in those steps. If you do not own Publisher ID then simply buy it and use the .cer and .key files generated from that Publisher ID in those steps.

    Note that Open Signed Offline is used only when you have Publisher ID. You should use OpenSigned Offline when you do not have Publisher ID and want to test your application on single IMEI base for extended set of capabilities.

    Read this carefully and thoroughly at least for 3 hours and then only ask any subsequent questions if you have: http://developer.symbian.com/wiki/di...Symbian+Signed

    All the best.
    Nokia Developer Wiki Moderation team

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    Re: Signing a bluetooth application

    Hi
    I am facing the similar problem.
    I followed the link http://www.gosymbian.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=757
    I am also using the Developer Certificate Request Wizard, ver 2.3.
    It looks like that newer version doesn't provide the yes/no option for "ACS pub ID available".
    Any suggestions or thoughts please.
    Thanks.
    Regards,
    Harshad

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    Re: Signing a bluetooth application

    Quote Originally Posted by harshadnatiye View Post
    Any suggestions or thoughts please.
    Yes, I have. Read my previous reply in the same thread and do the same.
    Nokia Developer Wiki Moderation team

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    Re: Signing a bluetooth application

    Quote Originally Posted by harshadnatiye View Post
    Really? Out of all the resources about applications signing published by Symbian Signed and Forum Nokia the best you could chose as reference was that ... thing ... from http://www.gosymbian.com ?
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