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Old 05-29-2007, 10:27 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Question What is this "-1" in myAppName-1.cod ?

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Sometimes I build the application, and in its jad file, it creates something like :

RIM-COD-URL: myAppName.cod
RIM-COD-URL-1: myAppName-1.cod

There is no myAppName-1.cod in the directory.


How can I get rid of this "-1" kind of things?


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when a cod gets over a certain size it'll contain sibling cods, the -1 is actually referencing a cod (rename your cods extension to .zip and extract it to see cleary what i mean)
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Thanks Jonathan.

How do I deploy the this kind of files into web server to become downloadable? I mean do I need to extract it to 2 different files (i.e. myAppName.cod and myAppName-1.cod) before the deployment?


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yes - it's that simple (i think), just rename the cod to zip and extract it and deploy those files
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