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Pi Digital via use-livecode
I’m uploading a new app to the Mac App Store and at the same time, revising my LiveCode Lesson on the same.

Stuff has changed OR I’m just really missing something obvious.

I’ve got the app built, signed, all that good stuff. I’ve added it into developer.apple.com with it’s bundle ID of com.elloco.ellocotools and now I’m attempting to upload using the Application Loader accessed within Xcode. The error I’m getting is:

Application Loader is unable to upload your package.
No suitable application records were found. Verify your bundle identifier ‘com.elloco.ellocotools’ is correct.

Has anyone uploaded a new macOS app with Xcode 10 (or would be willing to look over what I’ve done) who could help me figure out what I’ve done incorrectly? Happy to do a screen share and show you what steps I’ve taken.

Thanks in advance.

Kee Nethery
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Re: uploading new app to mac app store

Pi Digital via use-livecode
Hi Kee,

I ran into a few more errors too.

I looked into appWrapper3 and found it had a 7 day
free trial.   I used your code signing method and
appWrapper3 to do the final packaging.
When I tried it out it was telling me I had
some errors.  I fixed those, and then tried to
upload my app with Application Loader.
It still didn’t make it!  It was still complaining.

I did some more research on the internet and
found that some people found that setting the
certificates from "trust all" to "system default”
made the problem go away.

Once I did that, Application Loader finally
successfully uploaded my app to the
Apple App Store.  Whew!

The status of it is now in review.  I will keep
my fingers crossed that they approve it and
that nothing is wrong with it.

Good luck!

Rick

> On Dec 1, 2018, at 10:55 PM, kee nethery via use-livecode <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> I’m uploading a new app to the Mac App Store and at the same time, revising my LiveCode Lesson on the same.
>
> Stuff has changed OR I’m just really missing something obvious.
>
> I’ve got the app built, signed, all that good stuff. I’ve added it into developer.apple.com with it’s bundle ID of com.elloco.ellocotools and now I’m attempting to upload using the Application Loader accessed within Xcode. The error I’m getting is:
>
> Application Loader is unable to upload your package.
> No suitable application records were found. Verify your bundle identifier ‘com.elloco.ellocotools’ is correct.
>
> Has anyone uploaded a new macOS app with Xcode 10 (or would be willing to look over what I’ve done) who could help me figure out what I’ve done incorrectly? Happy to do a screen share and show you what steps I’ve taken.
>
> Thanks in advance.
>
> Kee Nethery
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Re: uploading new app to mac app store

Pi Digital via use-livecode
Went into KeyChain, opened both Installer and Application Certs and clicked on Trust to see that indeed, both are already set to “Use System Defaults”. Bummer. Much appreciate the suggestion. Wish that was the issue for me.

Kee

> On Dec 2, 2018, at 7:57 AM, Rick Harrison via use-livecode <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> Hi Kee,
>
> I ran into a few more errors too.
>
> I looked into appWrapper3 and found it had a 7 day
> free trial.   I used your code signing method and
> appWrapper3 to do the final packaging.
> When I tried it out it was telling me I had
> some errors.  I fixed those, and then tried to
> upload my app with Application Loader.
> It still didn’t make it!  It was still complaining.
>
> I did some more research on the internet and
> found that some people found that setting the
> certificates from "trust all" to "system default”
> made the problem go away.
>
> Once I did that, Application Loader finally
> successfully uploaded my app to the
> Apple App Store.  Whew!
>
> The status of it is now in review.  I will keep
> my fingers crossed that they approve it and
> that nothing is wrong with it.
>
> Good luck!
>
> Rick
>
>> On Dec 1, 2018, at 10:55 PM, kee nethery via use-livecode <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>
>> I’m uploading a new app to the Mac App Store and at the same time, revising my LiveCode Lesson on the same.
>>
>> Stuff has changed OR I’m just really missing something obvious.
>>
>> I’ve got the app built, signed, all that good stuff. I’ve added it into developer.apple.com with it’s bundle ID of com.elloco.ellocotools and now I’m attempting to upload using the Application Loader accessed within Xcode. The error I’m getting is:
>>
>> Application Loader is unable to upload your package.
>> No suitable application records were found. Verify your bundle identifier ‘com.elloco.ellocotools’ is correct.
>>
>> Has anyone uploaded a new macOS app with Xcode 10 (or would be willing to look over what I’ve done) who could help me figure out what I’ve done incorrectly? Happy to do a screen share and show you what steps I’ve taken.
>>
>> Thanks in advance.
>>
>> Kee Nethery
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Re: uploading new app to mac app store

Pi Digital via use-livecode
Hi Kee,

Sorry to hear that wasn’t the problem for you.
I hope you get it straightened out!

Rick

> On Dec 2, 2018, at 6:08 PM, kee nethery via use-livecode <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> Went into KeyChain, opened both Installer and Application Certs and clicked on Trust to see that indeed, both are already set to “Use System Defaults”. Bummer. Much appreciate the suggestion. Wish that was the issue for me.
>
> Kee
>


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Re: uploading new app to mac app store

Pi Digital via use-livecode
This is why I stopped doing iOS apps, it's a moving target. I'm going to
have to do one next year and I'm dreading it. Hopefully the team can make
it easier for us by then. Getting an app ready for the App Store takes
almost as much effort as writing it.

It shouldn't be this hard.
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On December 2, 2018 10:18:30 PM Rick Harrison via use-livecode
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> Hi Kee,
>
> Sorry to hear that wasn’t the problem for you.
> I hope you get it straightened out!
>
> Rick
>
>> On Dec 2, 2018, at 6:08 PM, kee nethery via use-livecode
>> <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>
>> Went into KeyChain, opened both Installer and Application Certs and clicked
>> on Trust to see that indeed, both are already set to “Use System Defaults”.
>> Bummer. Much appreciate the suggestion. Wish that was the issue for me.
>>
>> Kee
>>
>
>
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