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Old 07-30-2008, 12:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I posted a related thread in the BES Admin forum, titled "BES 4.1.5 Wireless Push Upgrades?" (Can't post links yet), but part of my question is more developer oriented.

I've setup the environment in Eclipse and everything builds and runs correctly. I generated my own ALX file and am able to load via Desktop Manager, OTA Download and Wireless Push.

My problem is that by default on the build, my application number rolls correctly, but the module number is 0.0

I got around this problem by manually adding "RIM-COD-Version: 0.7.4" to the JAD File, and setting version="0.7.4" in the module tag of the PkgDBCache.xml file.

Are there problems with setting this manually?

Is there a way to have this set automatically?

More related to my other post, does the BES recognize the 3rd place of the version number when deciding upgrades?

Let me know if I can provide more information on my setup.

Thanks in advance!
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I solved this problem by setting the version attribute of the jdp task.

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<rapc output="${cod.name}" srcdir="${src.dir}" destdir="${build.dir}">
<jdp file="core.prop" version="0.7.4">
<entry file="entrypoint.prop"/>
</jdp>
</rapc>
I actually added the version attribute to my core.prop file, but I put the version direct in XML for illustrative purposes
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