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Hi all,
I am using eclipseme 1.8.0 and wtk 2.5 to build my midlets suite. Everything works fine except signing. I think I fill everythink ok under Properties->J2ME->MIDlet Suite Signing (keystore path, key alias, password) but no wtksign, or other thing that might indicate signing is added to eclipseme-build.xml.

I can't get what am I missing..
[ December 03, 2008: Message edited by: amy mercury ]
 
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I found out that it does it when executing Create Package....
 
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