Defining an alternative token or certificate location

By default, the SDK tools require that your BlackBerry ID token be located in a specific folder. This default location varies depending on which OS you are running. However, if you store your certificate or token in a location that is not the default (for example, if you share them across multiple developers at your organization), you can provide an alternative location to allow the SDK tools to access them.

To define an alternative signing certificate configuration:

  1. Open BlackBerry WebWorks <version>. A new browser window opens, displaying the BlackBerry 10 WebWorks SDK web tool.
  2. In the navigation panel, click Global Settings.
  3. In the Developer Certificate Location field, specify the full path to the author.p12 file. You must include the filename. For example: \\shared_server\bb_signing\author.p12.
  4. In the BBID Token Location field, specify the full path to the bbidtoken.csk file. You must include the filename. For example: \\shared_server\bb_signing\author.p12.
  5. Click Save.

Last modified: 2014-10-09



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