Falling at the last fence...
henshaw at me.com
Sun Jan 29 17:16:17 CST 2012
Sorry about that, back to a computer with a power supply now!
Assuming this isnt a simpler certificate issue, and you have installed xCode 3.2.x on Lion then this might help.
Apparently 3.2.6 overwrites the productutil app, which is part of the submission process.
To fix it (is this is the case), locate your Lion installer package (mine is in Applications), right click and select show package contents.
Now, select contents, the shared support, and double click on InstallESD.dmg to mount that.
Once you have that, open the virtual drive, select packages, then double click on BSD.pkg.
This fixed the problem caused by the installation of 3.2.x on my system, you can then reboot, go back into Livecode, sign the app and send it off, fingers crossed!
I hope this helps!
On 29 Jan 2012, at 18:07, John Dixon wrote:
> I have an app ready to upload to Apple for review through iTunes connect... but when I try and use the Application Loader to upload, I get a message ' Application failed codesign verification. The signature was invalid, or it was not signed with an iPhone distribution Certificate'...
> I can see the 'iphone developer' & 'iphone distribution' certificate in the keyChain app and am told that they are both valid, so assume that something is not 'connected' correctly'.... anyone been through this grim experience that might have some insight into this problem ?
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