Hi James C, There is no official documentation for implementing Amazon Game Circle in the apps made on top of Construct 2 HTML5 game creator at this moment. Could you please be specific what problem you are facing for GC integration in your app?
Hi evim26, It's not clear from your description what the problem is. Could you please provide more details: describe all the steps to reproduce, copy and paste the exact error message(s) or otherwise explain what's happening. Thanks.
k , when I post my binary code , usually appears the message "The binary file can not be uploaded because the package name is already in use . Please change the package name and Then upload again . " And another that says that my code is corrupted , my game was made by the construct 2 and exported to Amazon equal tells us youtube videos , had to use the intel to compile, were made emulation test the intel and everything went right , ai when I export to the Amazon appears these messages to up, more often appears that says " the binary file can not be uploaded because the package name is already in use . Please change the package name and Then upload again . " Grateful, my email is [redacted to protect developer privacy] Message was edited by: Melody@Amazon
Hi evim26, From what you describe, these are 2 issues: 1. The error message "The binary file can not be uploaded because the package name is already in use . Please change the package name and then upload again ." will be displayed when you already have another application submitted in your developer account and are now trying to submit a new app with the exact same package name. The solution to this is to change the package name of the new app to be something different than any of your previously submitted apps. For reference, please see the section discussing the package attribute of the manifest element in your AndroidManifest.xml file:
http://developer.android.com/guide/topics/manifest/manifest-element.html 2. An unrelated error message saying "Failed to upload binary. The binary appears to be corrupted. Please check the binary and upload again." is either displayed when the .apk file was unpacked/repacked or otherwise modified where it no longer has a correct structure required for an .apk file or an invalid manifest OR also when some 3rd party dev tools (such as Appcelerator Titanium or I assume in this case Construct 2) were used to generate it, because of problems either in JDK or ZIP related modules in Python or Perl:
http://www.perlmonks.org/?node_id=632286https://bugs.python.org/issue1742205http://bugs.java.com/bugdatabase/view_bug.do?bug_id=8056934 The quick solution to this would be to manually unpack the .apk file and then repack it back using standard ZIP tools (for example on Windows that would be either WinZip or even the natively built in ZIP functionality in the OS). After that try to re-upload the binary manually in the dev portal. I hope that answers your questions, Levon