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testflight upload issue

Post by jmburnod » Mon Oct 09, 2017 6:39 pm

I tried to upload an .ipa file of my app to TestFlight with ApplicationLoader and i met this message (I use a distribution provisionning profile and beta version = true)
No suitable application records were found. Verify your bundle identifier is correct.
bundle identifier is correct
What i missed ?

Edit: I maybe found what's happend
I'll write back once i confirm

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Re: testflight upload issue

Post by LiveCode_Panos » Tue Oct 10, 2017 12:50 pm

Hi Jean-Marc,

I assume the bundle identifier is exactly the same (case-sensitive-wise) in both the iOS standalone settings and iTunes Connect?

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Re: testflight upload issue

Post by jmburnod » Tue Oct 10, 2017 1:34 pm

Hi Panos,
Thanks for your quick reply

I assume the bundle identifier is exactly the same (case-sensitive-wise) in both the iOS standalone settings and iTunes Connect?
Yes, but the name of my .ipa file was not the same than my iTunes app :oops:
I hope that was the problem (i can't test now).
All the best
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Re: testflight upload issue

Post by jmburnod » Wed Oct 11, 2017 6:28 pm

Hi Panos,
Same result after I changed the name of .ipa file.
I noticed that the bundle identifier of my app = "com.Aap115.yourapp" it appear "Aap115-Aap115" in fld "choose"
and "Aap115" below on iTunesConnect.
Is it correct ?
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Re: testflight upload issue

Post by jmburnod » Wed Oct 11, 2017 7:04 pm

Sorry, I think I have to finish to submit on iTunesConnect before upload an .ipa file for TestFlight

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Re: testflight upload issue

Post by jmburnod » Wed Nov 15, 2017 6:16 pm

Hi All,
I’m trying to upload a build to iTunesConnect and TestFligh but i get an error
No suitable application records were found. Verify your bundle identifier « com.Eep115.yourapp » is correct.
Distribution certificate is correct
Distribution provisionind profile is correct
App name is correct
Bundle identifier is correct
I saved standalone with beta version = true with LC 8.1.6 with Distribution provisionind profile
I created an .ipa file of my app with AirLaunch. Is it a good way or I have to follow this method ?
http://lessons.livecode.com/m/4069/l/33 ... -app-store

What i missed ?
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Re: testflight upload issue

Post by jacque » Thu Nov 16, 2017 5:33 pm

AirLaunch should work. The problem is that the data stored on the server doesn't match the data in the app. I found one discussion on StackOverflow where the capitalization was different in the app bundle. I see you use a capital "E", is it that way in the dev portal?
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Re: testflight upload issue

Post by jmburnod » Thu Nov 16, 2017 11:01 pm

Hi Jacqueline,
Thanks,
AirLaunch works fine for me with Development provisioning profile. I wondered if it works with Distribution provisioning profile

That is a good new because this method
http://lessons.livecode.com/m/4069/l/33 ... -app-store
doesn't work
I see you use a capital "E", is it that way in the dev portal?
Yes, bundle identifier is the same as on iTunesConnect (with a "E")
I'm not sure I did what is expected

Distribution certificate is correct
Distribution provisioning profile is correct
App name is correct
Bundle identifier is correct
I saved standalone with beta version = true with LC 8.1.6 with Distribution provisioning profile

I missed something but I would like know what I missed.
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Re: testflight upload issue

Post by jacque » Fri Nov 17, 2017 12:29 am

AirLaunch was created for ad hoc distribution with a development profile. I've never used TestFlight so I'm not sure if it has different requirements. You could ask on the mailing list and see if anyone there has an idea, I think a few people there have used TestFlight.
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Re: testflight upload issue

Post by dave.kilroy » Fri Nov 17, 2017 12:18 pm

I've used Jacque's AirLaunch to prepare binaries for submitting to TestFlight without issue - but I have been bitten by the capitalisation issue in the past and now am very careful to keep bundle Id and everything else lower case!

One other thing, you need to 'prepare' iTunesConnect' prior to submitting a binary ... that's all been done OK?

EDIT: I use a distribution provisioning profile when submitting to iTC (whether TestFlight or not)
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Re: testflight upload issue

Post by jmburnod » Fri Nov 17, 2017 5:51 pm

Hi Dave,
Thanks for your advices.
I will change my bundle identifier without capital letters and check what I missed in iTunesConnect.
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Re: testflight upload issue

Post by jmburnod » Fri Nov 17, 2017 6:59 pm

I tried to eliminate capital letter,name is changed but not the ID after a clic on « done » btn. A good lesson for me (I often use capitals)
I watch that « Game Center » and « in-app Purchase » are true although I don’t need them. I can’t to set them to false when I edit app ID. Checkboxes seems disabled.
I read on iTunesConnect help
If you plan to incorporate app services such as Game Center, In-App Purchase, Data Protection, and iCloud, or want a provisioning profile unique to a single app, you must register an explicit App ID for your app.
I understand I don't need an explicit App ID for my app (free)
Best regards and thanks again for help
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Re: testflight upload issue

Post by dave.kilroy » Fri Nov 17, 2017 7:11 pm

yeah I don't think you can turn off Game Center or InApp Purchases in App IDs - and you can't change their actual ID, only their description.

can you confirm you have an app ID formatted like this? "com.domainname.appname" - if so then you have an explicit app ID (i.e. you don't have an "*" in the ID)
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Re: testflight upload issue

Post by jmburnod » Sat Nov 18, 2017 2:45 pm

Hi Dave,
That is probably the point.
can you confirm you have an app ID formatted like this? "com.domainname.appname" - if so then you have an explicit app ID (i.e. you don't have an "*" in the ID)
Yes this is an explicit app ID.
I understand I have to grow up my knowledge about iTunesConnect, but documentation often talk about app made with xCode and french translations in iTunesConnect were sometimes strange.
I will create a new app ID (is seems in can't modify the current app ID, when i click on "save" old app ID comes.
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Re: testflight upload issue

Post by dave.kilroy » Sat Nov 18, 2017 2:52 pm

Hi Jean-Marc

Thinking about, it's been years since I last had app IDs with capital letter and since then it could well be that Apple have changed things and it's no longer a problem to use them - double-check other stuff to make sure I'm not setting you off on a wild goose chase...

and yeah, you can't change an app ID, and trying again with a new app ID sounds sensible - good luck!
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