iOS Question Unable to get the iOS ever to make a correct upload file

Discussion in 'iOS Questions' started by Simon Smith, May 17, 2015.

  1. Simon Smith

    Simon Smith Active Member Licensed User

    Hi

    I have tried everything in the forums, and I have consistently received this error when I go "Create Push Keystore". Other than using the Application Loader, I assume this is the place where B4i would do a lot of that annoying developer/app-id/provisioning/signing and matching area - I could be wrong. Either way through the Application Loader with the downloaded Release of what I thought to be signed IPA file from B4A - The store always rejects and says invalid code signing.

    So I tried out the "Create Push Keystore". There is only one unanswered thread on this in the whole forum and it may or not be linked. I just want my app on the appstore. I deleted every app, every provisioning profile, every developer, distribution certificate and did it from scratch and still can't get it to work.

    upload_2015-5-17_15-35-33.png

    That is the error 100% of the time. "An error occurred. There should be exactly one aps certificate file."\

    Is it possible that someone could make a video or write down in numbers how to publish a brand new app with no apps, no provisioning profiles, no signed keys, from scratch like a "Hello World".

    Thanks all
    Simon
     

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  2. Erel

    Erel Administrator Staff Member Licensed User

  3. Simon Smith

    Simon Smith Active Member Licensed User

    Ok its good to get the push aps out of the way. I deleted the whole keys folder and redid everything. Erased the account, started from scratch. I will try once more.
     
  4. Simon Smith

    Simon Smith Active Member Licensed User

    Hi Erel, ok done everything clean - wiped everything from scratch. Managed to successfully build a signed release IPA BUT
    The Application loader says "No suitable application records were found. Verify your bundle identifier 'com.rplb4a.vp' is correct."

    In my Build Settings Configuration Name is Default and Package ID is com.rplb4a.vp

    I have even included this code before compiling and both files exist in c:\b4i\keys

    #CertificateFile: ios_development.cer
    #ProvisionFile: B4ARPLDevelopment.mobileprovision

    #If RELEASE
    #CertificateFile: ios_development.cer
    #ProvisionFile: B4ARPLDevelopment.mobileprovision
    #End If
    #End Region
     
  5. Eumel

    Eumel Active Member Licensed User

    For Release you need:

    Distribution.mobileprovision
    ios_distribution.cer


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    Eumel
     
  6. Simon Smith

    Simon Smith Active Member Licensed User

    Hi, did I miss a video or Tutorial? Can someone please point me to the Distribution instructions profile?
     
  7. Erel

    Erel Administrator Staff Member Licensed User

    There is no video. The only difference is that you need to use distribution certificates and provision profiles.

    You then need to compile the app in release mode. Don't try to install it on your device as it will not work.

    You can download the ipa file by choosing: Tools - Build Server - Download last build.
     
  8. Simon Smith

    Simon Smith Active Member Licensed User

    Ok so follow the same video but instead of choosing Developer, choose Distribution so the c:\b4i\keys will have 2 sets of .mobileprovision and .cer. It will have a:
    Development.mobileprovision
    ios_development.cer
    Distribution.mobileprovision
    ios_distribution.cer
     
  9. Simon Smith

    Simon Smith Active Member Licensed User

    It wasn't anything to do with my string of "com.rplb4a.vp" was it, is there a proper naming convention?
    Also I confirm that both Developer and Distribution are wildcard ones.
     
  10. Simon Smith

    Simon Smith Active Member Licensed User

    It is just simply not working:
    No suitable application records were found. Verify your bundle identifier 'com.rplb4a.vpa' is correct.

    I am using the Distribution profile, done everything from scratch.
    Its so frustrating I have a compiled IPA - but Application Loader will not accept it. This name comes from B4A and was used initially to build the very first Private Sign Key

    What am I doing wrong?
     
  11. Simon Smith

    Simon Smith Active Member Licensed User

    That message in line 2 comes from Application Loader 3
     
  12. Simon Smith

    Simon Smith Active Member Licensed User

    3 released signed apps still wont upload with "No suitable application records were found. Verify your bundle identifier 'com.rplb4a.vpa' is correct." Can anybody help, it seems I'm close.
     
  13. Erel

    Erel Administrator Staff Member Licensed User

  14. Simon Smith

    Simon Smith Active Member Licensed User

    aha. Gotit. iTunesConnect mismatch
     
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