<buildId>

(Optional) The build identifier, which is an integer value between 0 and 65535.

Parent elements:

<qnx>, <configuration>

Child elements:

None.

Description:

The <buildId> element specifies the build identifier, which is an integer value between 0 and 65535. You change the value when you want the identifier to change. This element is required if you do not use the <buildIdFile> element. The default value is 1.

The build identifier is the fourth set of digits used for version information in the BAR manifest file. The first part of the package version uses the value from the <versionNumber> element. For applications targeted for BlackBerry 10 OS, when a <versionNumber> value does not include three segments, it is padded with a zero.

For example, if you have:
 
<versionNumber>1.2.3</versionNumber> 
<buildId>1234</buildId>
               
the Package-Version value in the BAR manifest file has the value: Package-Version: 1.2.3.1234
For example, if you have:
<versionNumber>1.2</versionNumber> 
<buildId>1234</buildId>
                
the Package-Version value in the BAR manifest file has the value: Package-Version: 1.2.0.1234

Content:

A PCDATA value representing the build number.

Attributes:

None.

Example:

<buildId>123</buildId>                
           

Last modified: 2014-06-24



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