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July 19, 2008

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Mike Kirkwood

Chris

Thank you so much for posting this. I happened to be in the exact distribution problem of having the developer profile setup, and it was being rejected from iTunesConnect. Set it back to default and voila.

Saved me hours of time I suspect. And many moments of quiet doubt.

Benoit Cerrina

Chris,
I can't tell you how happy I am to have found this post. I was in the same situation as you and I had been tweaking things around for about five hours when I found your post which solved my problems.

Now this was not an accident, in the Distribution/Prepare App part of the portal, step 6 says:
In both the Top Level Project Info window and the Target Info window change the Code Signing Provisioning Profile setting to the desired Distribution Provisioning Profile. If no Distribution Provisioning Profile is selectable, make sure your Configuration is set to Distribution, your Active SDK is set to Device iPhone OS 2.0 and your Distribution Provisioning Profile is installed in ~/Library/MobileDevice/Provisioning Profile. Relaunch Xcode and resume.

This is clearly wrong and the cause for a lot of frustration

Gabe Jacobs

I dont know, I still cannot find the provisioning profile in xCode

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