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very nice and useful info….i have a question and wanted to see if you can. i was able to successfully build and install test version of my app on iPhone and iPad. Now the issue is, my company is enrolled in iOS enterprise development program. My question is what are the steps to release my app for enterprise environment. I tried using xcode but no luck.
We have never created an app that is meant to be private. But, a quick search brought this up: http://iphonecto.com/2009/09/09/deploying-internal-enterprise-application-iphone/
You really make it seem so easy with your presentation but I in finding this matter to be really something that I feel I would by no means understand. It kind of feels too complicated and extremely broad for me. I am looking forward to your subsequent post, I’ll attempt to get the hang of it!
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Great post. It is more about the concepts of creating an app than the actual process of sending it in, though. I have published an .ipa from Flash Pro CS6 on mac, created all the necessary certificates, and I am still getting errors when trying to upload to the app store. I am 100% provisioning and certificate are for distribution and not development.
You don’t say anything about unzipping and rezipping the ipa. Did you have to do this? Is the ipa the only file including in the zipped folder?
When I do this, unzip it, goand go into the payload folder I see the file APPNAME.app, but it looks like a piece of paper with a big white circle with a line through it. When I try to click on it the mac says, “can’t open this file”
Is this normal? I zipped it and tried uploading but I am still getting these errors:
Unable to extract codesigning entitlements from your application. Please make sure rufood8 is a valid Mach executable that’s properly codesigned.
Application failed codesign verification. The signature was invalid, contains disallowed entitlements, or it was not signed with an Iphone distribution certificate.
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