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Old 08-09-2005, 11:21 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I get this error: Error Starting <Application Name> must be signed with the RIM Runtime Code Signing Key (RRT)

on my blackberry when the application starts. I did sign my code and put the .alx file along with the .cod file on my BES when pushing over the air. I am not quite sure why i would get this error if my code is signed.. any suggestions? on my other application i am getting a similar error : Error Starting <Application Name> attempts to access a secure API ?? Any help will do im confused beyond belief!!

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Perform a "Cleann All", "Build All" and then resign your application. That should fix the problem.

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i was having trouble with this before and someone mentioned something about a DOD root certificate problem.. could this also be a cause?

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Default Error Starting <Application Name> attempts to access a secure API ??

Hello! I have the same problem.
thus Signature Tools sees:
- file: => status => signerID
- "myApp.cod" => signed => RRT
- "myApp.cod" => NO Registered => RBB ?? is that normal??

could this also be a cause?
Did you find a solution?

Thanks
Simo

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Default Error Starting <Application Name> must be signed with the RIM Runtime Code Signing...

Same with me.

I get this error: Error Starting <Application Name> must be signed with the RIM Runtime Code Signing Key (RRT)

on my blackberry when the application starts. I did sign my code and put the .alx file along with the .cod file . I am not quite sure why i would get this error if my code is signed.. any suggestions? on my other application i am getting a similar error : Error Starting <Application Name> attempts to access a secure API ?? Any help


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