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Thread: iOS to Application Store - "No provisioning profile found"


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Michael Leahy

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  Posted: Apr 9, 2018 2:17 PM
Delphi 10.2.3

In Project Options when the Build Type: is set to iOS Device - 64 bit - Application Store,
the Provision Profile: is set to <Use environment options (Auto)>
the Developer Certificate: is set to "<Auto> - To Select a certificate, first select a valid provision profile"

Below that it says,
The following error has been detected:
No provisioning profile found for the selected build configuration and the selected device "My iPad"
Please log in to the iOS Developer Program to download the provisioning profile for the selected build
configuration and the selected device.

Keychain Access on the Mac shows an iPhone Distribution certificate.

What else am I missing?
Dave Nottage

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Re: iOS to Application Store - "No provisioning profile found"
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  Posted: Apr 9, 2018 2:34 PM   in response to: Michael Leahy in response to: Michael Leahy
Michael Leahy wrote:

Keychain Access on the Mac shows an iPhone Distribution certificate.

What else am I missing?

A provisioning profile, as per the error message (i.e. not a certificate).

Before you even build, go to the Project Options, select Release configuration - iOS Device - 64 bit platform in the
Target combo at the top, then select Provisioning in the tree on the left.

Select the Build Type for which you wish to deploy (in your case Application Store), and if the Mac you are using has
the correct provisioning profile installed for your app, it should automatically select it. If not, you will need to
create one for it if it does not exist, and/or download it to the Mac. If one does not exist, follow the steps here:

http://docwiki.embarcadero.com/RADStudio/Tokyo/en/Provisioning_an_iOS_Application

Once a provisioning profile for App Store has been created, you can use Xcode on the Mac to download it, by running
Xcode, click the Xcode menu item, click Preferences, select the Accounts tab, and click Download Manual Profiles.
Return to Delphi, and when you repeat the steps above regarding Project Options, the provisioning profile should appear.

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