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Alex
V-Play Team

Hi,

the versioncode property must be set to a number in integer format, not a string you mentioned like described here (V-Play Build Server usually checks for this type of error in the config.json file, we’ll check our tests for this). It looks like your first version string got converted to the integer 1100001, as update must be published with a higher number than the previous version you therefore have to set your next version to a subsequent number like 1100002. However, V-Play Build Server currently restricts version codes to 65535 and below, as this is the maximum version number allowed on BlackBerry App World.

So there remain two solutions for this problem:

  • Re-publish the app with a correct integer version number (e.g. 3)
  • If your game already got a lot of downloads on the store we can build a custom publish build with such a high versioncode number for you; or provide you a step-by-step guide how to manually change it on your own for already built V-Play games.

Best,

Alex

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