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Old 02-24-2011, 04:51 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Default Re: Pushing 3rd Party Apps

And your company has a BES server? Don't you have a BES administrator?

Here is the link to the RIM Java developer resource site:

Anyway, if your app uses "restricted" API's, then it must be signed. This is just common-sense security. Your developer should know this, and he should have signed the build after he completed it.

This brings me to yet another issue: if the app is not signed, then it was apparently never tested on a device. Are you sure you want to push it to your company's users?

Just some friendly advice: stop and re-evaluate what you are doing here. If your developer didn't have the sense to sign & test the app, get someone else to take a look at it.

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