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July 18, 2008

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Michael

Nice article! I just bought the iPhone Developer's program myself, so I'll be having to go through all the hassle of setting it up as well.I did have one gotcha already. I got an "unable to verify identity error" when trying to activate my enrollment. If you have some suggestions as to how to get everything working after I get this issue sorted out, I'd love to hear them!

Mike Kirkwood

Chris

I totally wish you luck. I'm in a very similar situation on an app update. I've "progressed" against 6 different errors in iTunesConnect.

Might stop by the iPhoneDevCamp to see how you're doing...Good luck!

SubstanceMX

So... what was the solution?
Im new on this SKD. I come from ActionScript, so am a real new one at this technologies, but come very very interested on step up from the actual error.
I would like to know if I have to sign the Info.plist file or what file, also why is looking the compiler for an iPhone Developer certificate and why even doing and signing with a new certificated called iPhone Develper, it still out of working. However, this page was one of my first google options. Ill get this bookmarked.

bladnman

I can't agree more. I put in almost 50 hours to get 4 different apps submitted to the App Store. After that I thought for sure I was a pro at it. But, alas, my next attempt at Ad Hoc failed miserably...

In my experience the certificates and keys are fragile. I have "had" to reinstall my keys multiple times as xCode stops being able to reference them. No clue what causes all of this.

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