I'm having a lot of difficulty Packaging my iPhone app. I've created and downloaded the distribution certificate and provisioning profile (countless times). When I try Packaging w/ Titanium SDK 1.4.2 or 22.214.171.124, I receive a rather vague 'Packaging Error' msg. When I try Packaging with Titanium SDK 1.2.0, I receive an error msg that's a bit more detailed:
"Packaging Error - Code sign error: Provisioning 'blah blah' can't be found." Here, 'blah blah' is the UUID associated with my provisioning profile.
I've tried playing around with the app ID in both Titanium and the provisioning profile – to ensure they are identical (no wildcards, includes the prefix before the .com).
I'm at a loss. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Some more info…
iPhone SDK - tried both 3.2 and 4.1
I'd recommend directly opening the xcode project created by Titanium. Try building from xcode, and you should get a more direct error message.
I would too. The titanium takes FOREVER to install in itunes.
If you must do it though, here is what worked for me.
1) download your profile. Add it to titanium.
2) open Xcode->Organizer, drag your provision profile there as well
3) you'll see it in your username/mobileapplications folder, it will be a re-named one. Add that to titanium too
4) in titanium, pick one and try and package. If it doesnt work pick the other. They'll be named the same in the section where you pick the certificate in titanium.
Thanks for the suggestions.
So, I've tried to build it in Xcode. There the same error occurring twice that's failing my build. It seems to be some unrecognized reference to:
Any idea on what this is and how I can resolve it?
I found this resource online, but not sure where to go from there: