iOS Question How to get the ipa file using hosted builder

rfresh

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I'm using the hosted builder. How do I get to my ipa file (release build)? I don't see it on my local windows 10 PC. Do I have to access it on the hosted builder? Is there a link explaining how to do this?

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OK thanks. I wasn't able t find that tutorial somehow. I'll go through it and see how it goes. Thanks again.
 
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I read the tutorial on creating the .ipa file.

I'm getting this error message when I try to build my release version. I'm not sure what I am doing wrong.

B4i Version: 5.30
Parsing code. (0.01s)
Building folders structure. (0.03s)
Compiling code. (0.01s)
Compiling layouts code. (0.01s)
Building Xcode project (0.15s)
Sending data to remote compiler. Error
Out: Build settings from command line:
ARCHS = armv7 arm64
CODE_SIGN_IDENTITY = iPhone Distribution: Ralph Freshour (YS2F38FF3D)
CONFIGURATION_BUILD_DIR = /Users/administrator/Documents/UploadedProjects/<user id>/Payload
OTHER_CODE_SIGN_FLAGS = --keychain <user id>
PRODUCT_NAME = DistFPM
PROVISIONING_PROFILE = 2d0c0a98-caa0-4e7d-b583-fea87b9f20ae

=== BUILD TARGET B4iProject OF PROJECT B4iProject WITH CONFIGURATION Release ===

Check dependencies
Code Signing Error: Provisioning profile "default" doesn't include any certificate for which the matching private key is installed in the keychain.
Code Signing Error: Code signing is required for product type 'Application' in SDK 'iOS 11.2'

Error: ** BUILD FAILED **

The following build commands failed:
Check dependencies
(1 failure)
 

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I'm still getting a release compile error (see attachment file).

I changed my Release code block to this:

B4X:
#If RELEASE
    #CertificateFile: ios_distribution.cer
    #ProvisionFile: ad_hoc.mobileprovision
#END IF

There must be something else that I have to do?
 

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I created an ad_hoc provisioning file but I'm still getting this error when I try to compile a debug or a release build:

Code Signing Error: Provisioning profile "ad_hoc" doesn't include any certificate for which the matching private key is installed in the keychain.
 

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i deleted all the files in \keys and keys\test.

I regenerated the sign key inside B4i IDE.

I downloaded my ios_distribution.cer file and my ad_hoc.mobileprovision file from my Apple developer account and copied both of those file into the keys\test folder (see attachments).

I'm still getting the error below when I try to compile a debug build or a release build:

Code Signing Error: Provisioning profile "ad_hoc" doesn't include any certificate for which the matching private key is installed in the keychain.

How do I include the .cer file into my ad_hoc provisioning file? I must be missing a step somewhere.

I'm feeling lost and confused about all of this now!

Thank you...
 

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FYI -- @Jamie8763 PM'd me and offered to help so I am working with him on this.

Update: I got it working now with Jamies help. Thank you very much Jamie!!
 
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