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How To inHouse Distribution?

anyone has successfully done an inHouse distribution with SDK 1.3.2 and iOS4?
i work on this for hours and still get this "invalid signed" error. i have a distribution certificate and a distribution profile (with no device ids because apple told me they were optional). installed them in xcode, can use them in Titanium Distribute, everything seems to work fine but when i add the file and the profile into itunes (on windows but it also failed on a mac) and sync the device, it's always invalid signed.
i have absolutely no idea how i should distribute my app inHouse.

— asked June 25th 2010 by Markus Gerlach
  • distribute
  • invalid
  • iphone
  • itunes

1 Answer

  • Check this out: http://developer.appcelerator.com/question/32391/ad-hoc-finally-working-

    — answered June 25th 2010 by Sj Singh
    1 Comment
    • thanks for your answer, i saw this post when i searched a solution in the Q&A but wasn't quite sure if ad-hoc will be the same as inHouse. but i will give it a try when nobody can provide a solution how to do this with titanium only.
      i'n not very familiar with xcode, so maybe you can add a little step-by-step in your original post where to open Entitlements.plist and how to do a clean build in xcode. that would be great.

      thanks so far,
      M. :)

      — commented June 25th 2010 by Markus Gerlach
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