Archived:Symbian Signed for Flash Lite Applications
"Packaged" Flash applications may have to be digitally signed in order to be run on any phone phones. Signing can involve some expense, depending on how the application is to be licensed and distributed.
Further information is available in the Packaging and signing a Flash Lite application section of the Flash Lite developer's library.
This section provides a step by step guide to submitting flash applications to Symbian Signed.
Step By Step Guide to submitting your Flash application to Symbian Signed
Using openssl to get the cer and key file
Getting a Developer Certificate through Open Signed Offline
Create SIS file
Signing the SIS file with your Publisher ID
Include .pkg file, SIS file and readme.txt (release notes) in a zip file with no paths. Do NOT include the .swf file in the zip file, it is the SIS file that will be signed.
Tip - The zipping tool on a Mac includes hidden paths only visible on a Windows or Linux machine so if you get an error about paths then try creating the ZIP file on a Windows machine or Linux manchine
Complying with the Test Criteria
Completing Declarative Statements
What should I put into my .zip file to upload to www.symbiansigned.com?
All .zip files uploaded to www.symbiansigned.com need to contain a .sis file, a .pkg file, a readme.txt file
The .sis file should contain the .swf file and any other files needed by your application.
You do not need to include a .pkg file with your submission any longer.
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