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stumped about iPhone distribution submission - certificate vs signature vs app id vs bundle id?

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The coding is the easy part compared to the app submission.  I have a pay contract now - not sure if it "on" my machine or it needs to be, but after trying so may things I still get this after I build the app:

warning: Application failed codesign verification.  The signature was invalid, or it was not signed with an Apple submission certificate. (-19011)

The rest of the detail is here.  What are the reasons for the above message and what kind of checks should I go back and verify?


Executable=/Users/carusom/Documents/iPhone Development/Tips/build/Distribution-iphoneos/Tips.app/tips
codesign_wrapper-0.7.5: using Apple CA for profile evaluation
/Users/carusom/Documents/iPhone Development/Tips/build/Distribution-iphoneos/Tips.app: valid on disk
/Users/carusom/Documents/iPhone Development/Tips/build/Distribution-iphoneos/Tips.app: satisfies its Designated Requirement
test-requirement: failed to satisfy code requirement(s)
codesign_wrapper-0.7.5: failed to execute codesign(1)
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How did you create the provisioning profile? The profile needs to be created either for development or distribution. Did you create the profile for distribution?
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This may also be caused by some bug in Xcode which would still keep track of an older certificate. Open the Xcode project file in a text editor and find the offending relationship to the old certificate.

Make sure all the certificate, starting by the one Apple provides you, are current and valid. You might want to start from scratch, removing all certificates and provisioning profiles from both your keychain and your projects, go to the iPhone provisioning portal and download them again.
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Did some more search on this. I guess it depends on your luck and day!!
We also faced this, but could quickly resolve by doing a clean project and adding the profiles from scratch.

Try this link there are many possible issues and solutions...
http://www.iphonedevsdk.com/forum/iphone-sdk-development/2256-application-failed-codesign-verification.html
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