Create a debug token in FDT
You can use the BlackBerry deployment setup wizard in FDT to create, set up and install debug tokens automatically. For more information, see Configure your development environment using FDT .
Create a debug token manually
- On the Window menu, click Preferences.
- On the Preferences screen, in the preferences list, expand FDT > Mobile > BlackBerry.
- Click Signing.
- If you did not
configure your computer for signing applications, you must register your
BlackBerry ID with the BlackBerry Signing Authority. If you have already
configured your computer for application signing, go to step 6.
- In the Obtain BlackBerry ID token for signing section, enter a Store password, and click Obtain token.
- Sign in with your BlackBerry ID. If you do not have a BlackBerry ID, create a new one. You may have to accept a security warning.
- Click OK.
- Create a developer certificate by completing the following
- In the Developer Certificate section, click Create certificate.
- On the Create Developer Certificate screen, in the Certificate Path field, provide a location where you want to store your developer certificate.
- In the Author field, type your company name. Check that this value matches the author element in your bar-descriptor.xml file.
- In the Keystore Password field, provide a password.
- In the Confirm Keystore Password field, repeat the password that you provided in the previous step.
- Click OK.
the Debug Tokens section, click
- On the Create Debug Token screen, in the Location field, enter the location and file name of the debug token you want to create. The debug token file must have a .bar extension. If you specify the name of an existing file, that file is deleted before your debug token is created.
- In the
Device PINs section, click
- On the
Add Devices screen, in the Device PINs field, provide a comma-delimited
list that includes the PIN for each tablet that you want to install this debug
token on. Click OK.
- On the Create Debug Token screen, click OK.
On the Preferences screen, in the Debug Tokens section, you should see the token you created. You can distribute or install the debug token you created.