Completing the Provisioning Page

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Completing your provisioning profile on the Provisioning page is a necessary preliminary step in:

  • Distributing applications for the OS X or Android target platforms.
  • Running and distributing applications for the iOS Device - 32 bit and iOS Device - 64 bit target platforms.

The required steps depend on the build type, which is the combination of a target platform and a platform configuration, as shown in the procedures below.

Note: You can open the Provisioning page either on the Tools Options or the Project Options dialog box:
  • On Tools Options, you can define the values that Appmethod uses when you do not specify a value in Project Options.
  • On Project Options, you can specify the values for your current project.

Steps Required for Specific Build Types

OS X Platform

  1. Open the Provisioning page either on the Tool Options or the Project Options dialog box.
    Note: If you are configuring the Provisioning page on the Project Options dialog box, you must select the OS X platform in the Target drop-down list.
  2. In the Build Type drop-down list, select OS X - Application Store.
  3. In the 3rd Party Mac Developer Certificate field, enter your 3rd Party Mac Developer Application certificate name. For example: 3rd Party Mac Developer Application: Embarcadero Technologies...
  4. In the 3rd Party Mac Installer Certificate field, enter your 3rd Party Mac Developer Installer certificate name. For example: 3rd Party Mac Developer Installer: Embarcadero Technologies...

iOS Device Platform (Development)

  1. Open the Provisioning page either on the Tools Options or the Project Options dialog box.
    Note: If you are configuring the Provisioning page on the Project Options dialog box, you must select the iOS Device platform in the Target drop-down list.
  2. In the Build Type drop-down list, select either iOS Device - 32 bit - Development or iOS Device - 64 bit - Development.
  3. In the Provision Profile field, select Auto or a valid provisioning profile name.
  4. In the Developer Certificate field, select Auto or a valid developer certificate name.

iOS Device Platform (Ad hoc)

  1. Open the Provisioning page either on the Project Options or the Tools Options dialog box.
    Note: If you are configuring the Provisioning page on the Project Options dialog box, you must select the iOS Device platform in the Target drop-down list.
  2. In the Build Type drop-down list, select either iOS Device - 32 bit - Ad hoc or iOS Device - 64 bit - Ad hoc.
  3. In the Provision Profile field, select Auto or a valid provisioning profile name.
  4. In the Developer Certificate field, select Auto or a valid distribution certificate name.

iOS Device Platform (Application Store)

Note: App Store only accepts application archive files that support 64-bit iOS devices. If you want to support 32-bit iOS devices as well, you must build a single application archive file that supports both 32-bit and 64-bit iOS devices. See Deploying Your iOS Application for Submission to the App Store, Supporting 32-bit iOS Devices.
  1. Open the Provisioning page either on the Tools Options or the Project Options dialog box.
    Note: If you are configuring the Provisioning page on the Project Options dialog box, you must select the iOS Device platform in the Target drop-down list.
  2. In the Build Type drop-down list, select iOS Device - 64 bit - Application Store.
  3. In the Provision Profile field, select Auto or a valid provisioning profile name.
  4. In the Developer Certificate field, select Auto or a valid distribution certificate name.

Android Platform (Application Store)

  1. Open the Provisioning page either on the Project Options or the Tools Options dialog box.
    Note: If you are configuring the Provisioning page on the Project Options dialog box, you must select the Android platform in the Target drop-down list.
  2. In the Build Type drop-down list, select Android - Application Store.
  3. Under Keystore, in the File field, click ... and select an existing keystore file. If you do not have a keystore file, click New Keystore to open the Create a new Keystore/Alias wizard to create a keystore file to sign.
  4. In the Password field, enter the password of the specified keystore file.
  5. In the Alias in Keystore field, select the alias from the specified keystore file that you want to use to sign.
  6. In the Alias password field, enter the password of the specified alias.

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