Non-Public API Usage
m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com
Sat Dec 3 19:41:31 EST 2016
If you are using the names _getcontext, _makecontext and _setcontext for
your handlers in your scripts, just change the names and make sure they
are nowhere mentioned in your app. If you didn't use these handler
names, report it as a bug to the QCC.
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Op 04-Dec-16 om 01:03 schreef pink:
> I compiled and submitted an app using iTunes Connect. I received the
> following rejection message.
> I compiled using Livecode 8.1.2 rc2, I have Xcode 8.1 installed. I tried
> recompiling a few times and got the same results each time.
> How do I fix this?
> Dear developer,
> We have discovered one or more issues with your recent delivery for
> "PlanningBoard 2". To process your delivery, the following issues must be
> Non-public API usage:
> The app references non-public symbols in MadPink Planning Board:
> _getcontext, _makecontext, _setcontext
> If method names in your source code match the private Apple APIs listed
> above, altering your method names will help prevent this app from being
> flagged in future submissions. In addition, note that one or more of the
> above APIs may be located in a static library that was included with your
> app. If so, they must be removed.
> If you think this message was sent in error and that you have only used
> Apple-published APIs in accordance with the guidelines, send the app's
> nine-digit Apple ID, along with detailed information about why you believe
> the above APIs were incorrectly flagged, to appreview at apple.com. For further
> information, visit the Technical Support Information page.
> Though you are not required to fix the following issues, we wanted to make
> you aware of them:
> Missing Push Notification Entitlement - Your app includes an API for Apple's
> Push Notification service, but the aps-environment entitlement is missing
> from the app's signature. To resolve this, make sure your App ID is enabled
> for push notification in the Provisioning Portal. Then, sign your app with a
> distribution provisioning profile that includes the aps-environment
> entitlement. This will create the correct signature, and you can resubmit
> your app. See "Provisioning and Development" in the Local and Push
> Notification Programming Guide for more information. If your app does not
> use the Apple Push Notification service, no action is required. You may
> remove the API from future submissions to stop this warning. If you use a
> third-party framework, you may need to contact the developer for information
> on removing the API.
> Once the required corrections have been made, you can then redeliver the
> corrected binary.
> The App Store team
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