Tutorial :Blackberry - run a JAD file on the simulator



Question:

I have a jad file for a BB app which I want to run on the simulator. When I do a "Load Java Program" it looks for a cod file.

How can I run a JAD file on a BB simulator?


Solution:1

Open the BlackBerry browser, enter the web link to the JAD file in there and your application will be installed on your BlackBerry simulator.


Solution:2

A JAD file is an information file that goes with the COD file that has the software. You should be able to get the COD file from the same place you got the JAD.


Solution:3

I have a jad file for a BB app which I want to run on the simulator. When I do a "Load Java Program" it looks for a cod file.


Solution:4

For anyone using PhoneGap Build who finds they are presented with a .jad file only, but no .cod files, you need to...

  1. look at this file in notepad as it will list the names of all the .cod files you need (maybe 40 to 50 of them)
  2. notice the .jad file was located at http://s3.amazonaws.com/blackberry.phonegap/slicehost-production/apps/123456/YourAppName.jad so change the last bit of your own URL to .cod (or -1.cod and so on) to download the 40+ other files to the same folder
  3. in the simulator, select File > Load and then multi-select all the .cod files together
  4. wait patiently and your app will appear at the bottom of the simulated screen's menu

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