Pinned topic Development FAQ
I am trying to develop adapter-based authentication using requireAuthentication=onStartup, but this does not work!
Adapter-based authentication will not function with the onStartup setting.
onStartup authentication means that your application has to first authenticate to be able to gain access to adapters in the first place. So, you're in a loop - you need to authenticate to be able to invoke adapters, but you need to be able to invoke adapters in order to authenticate.
Therefore currently the only option to use adapter-based authentication is by using the onDemand setting.
Re: Development FAQ2012-07-17T04:50:52ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.Question:
Where do I find my application's logs during development time?
The various logs (Audit, Error, Server)can be found in the Eclipse workspace.
The full path would be: <eclipseWorkspace>/WorklightServerHome/<projectName>/logs/<logName>.log
Re: Development FAQ2012-08-06T10:32:14ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.Question:
When I'm trying to launch my application in the Android emulator, I get an error message stating that the application could not connect to the server. Why?
Make sure that your application's application-descriptor.xml points to an actual server and not to localhost.
This can be set via the worklightServerRootURL element in the XML file.
Android runs a server within, and when pointing to localhost, the emulator will then try to connect to itself rather than to Worklight Server.
Re: Development FAQ2012-08-27T08:03:40ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.Question:
Dojo and internationalization how-to?
Re: Development FAQ2012-10-13T05:18:02ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.Question: How do I tell what version of Worklight I have running?
Answer: See this technote that explains how to find your Worklight internal version number and how it maps to the Worklight external fixpack number.
IBM Worklight Mobile Platform
Re: Development FAQ2012-10-28T05:43:42ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.Worklight and the various App Stores.
Question: Does Worklight handle deploying to the iOS and Android Stores?
Answer: No, Worklight will help you to create the .apk and .ipa files that are needed to submit your applications to the Android Marketplace and Apple App Store. You must then follow the process set up by Apple (iOS) or Google (Android) for submitting and approving the ipa/apk that you created using Worklight.
Question: We want to minimize manual steps and would really like to have a code set automatically deployed to the iOS store. Is this doable?
Answer: No. You must follow Apple's procedures for submitting and updating an application. The process has gotten a lot smoother overtime but not to the point where it could be fully automated.
Re: Development FAQ2012-12-10T17:07:22ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.Question: While developing my application in Eclipse using the split view option, the following error appears: "Response cannot be parsed, please contact support"
Answer: Please review the following IBM tech note: http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21613220
Update: fixed in Worklight 5.0.5
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Re: Development FAQ2013-04-17T14:22:08ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
Question: Why I'm having style rendering problems when launching my Worklight Dojo application?
Answer: The best practice for using deviceTheme is using <script> include in the <head> area, *before* dojo.js, to avoid style problems due to the timing difference with AMD loading.
To get this, you will need to change the way deviceTheme is referenced from the application:
1) Remove dojox/mobile/deviceTheme from the require() call in the application.js file