Cc Player Xap File 48
The following certificate was selected: Issued to: XXXXXX Issued by: Symantec Enterprise Mobile CA for Microsoft Expires: XXXXXX SHA1 hash: XXXXXDone Adding Additional StoreSuccessfully signed: C:\Users\Fernando\AppData\Local\Temp\tmp7E47.tmp\MyApp.dllNumber of files successfully Signed: 1Number of warnings: 0Number of errors: 0
Cc Player Xap File 48
The following certificate was selected: Issued to: XXXXXX Issued by: Symantec Enterprise Mobile CA for Microsoft Expires: XXXXXX SHA1 hash: XXXXXXDone Adding Additional StoreNumber of files successfully Signed: 0Number of warnings: 0Number of errors: 1
SignTool Error: This file format cannot be signed because it is not recognized.SignTool Error: An error occurred while attempting to sign: C:\Users\Fernando\AppData\Local\Temp\tmp7E48.tmp\MyApp_Release_AnyCPU.xap
Timers:Main:528.4msExtractZip(C:\Temp\MyApp_Release_AnyCPU.xap):198.5msSigning PE files:120.4msLaunchSignTool(C:\Users\Fernando\AppData\Local\Temp\tmp7E47.tmp\MyApp.dll):93.0msCreateXap(C:\Temp\MyApp_Release_AnyCPU.xap):107.5msSigning XAP file:-63524687248290.1msLaunchSignTool(C:\Users\Fernando\AppData\Local\Temp\tmp7E48.tmp\MyApp_Release_AnyCPU.xap):56.0ms
I had the same problem (error 1 with signtool.exe) when trying to sign a 8.1 xap file. In my case, I made it also work with x64 folder by updating Microsoft Silverlight to last version (from 5.1.20513.0 to 5.1.30514.0)
I have to do a college project, where I have to do an LMS, and one of the requirements is to allow the import of SCORM files. However, when I went to research I saw something about SCORM using the flash player, which ended support this year. Can anyone answer the question if SCORM really needs the flash player to work?
You can create Adobe AIR Animate documents using the Animate Welcome screen, or the File > New command, or you can create an ActionScript 3.0 Animate File and convert it to an Adobe AIR file through the Publish Settings dialog box.
(Flash CS5 only) If you save a Flash CS5 AIR file in Flash CS4 format, set the Player version to AIR 1.5 manually in the Publish Settings dialog box when opening the file in Flash CS4. Flash CS4 only supports publishing to AIR 1.5.
You can preview an AIR SWF file as it would appear in the AIR application window. Previewing is useful when you want to see what the visible aspects of the application look like without packaging and installing the application.
If you have not set application settings through the AIR - Application And Installer Settings dialog box, Animate generates a default application descriptor file (swfname-app.xml) for you in the same folder where the SWF file is written. If you have set application settings using the AIR Application & Installer Settings dialog box, the application descriptor file reflects those settings.
When you Publish an AIR file, Animate creates a SWF file and XML application descriptor file and packages copies of both, along with any other files you have added to your application, into an AIR installer file (swfname.air).