Provision Not Found

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  1. Bill
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    Posted 11 Sep 2013 Link to this post

    I am unable to build/deploy to iOS devices & the app store via Icenium Graphite.

    I have setup my certificate/provision.  When I initially go into Icenium Graphite, I can go to User >> Options >> iOS >> Provision List and see my AppStore provision fine.  I then go to Build/Deploy and it shows my iPad but it has an error that the certificate is missing?  It also shows that I have no provisions... eh?  I was just on the previous screen showing my provision was registered.  I then navigate to ensure my certificate exists and it does under User >> Options >> General >> Certification Management.  I then go back to User >> Options >> iOS >> Provision List and my provision disappeared...

    Ok, so I then go back to build/deploy and click the configure button to reimport my provision profile... however when I do so, it says it already exists (which it should).

    Please Help.

  2. Bill
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    Posted 11 Sep 2013 Link to this post

    Update:  My primary Distribution provisioning profile keeps disappearing, however I created another AdHoc provisioning profile and Graphite at least detects this profile when I go to build and/or deploy.  This presents another bug.  Graphite says that my device is not included in the provisioning profile... even though it is.  I can copy the UDID from the Graphite Devices >> Right-Click >> Copy Identifier and I compare it with the device registered with the AdHoc profile and it matches perfectly.  I've verified in Graphite by provision inspection that my device is listed with the UDID and it is.  So that appears to be another bug.
  3. Answer
    Bill
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    Posted 11 Sep 2013 Link to this post

    It finally worked.  I eventually resorted to deleting things in Icenium and the iOS pairing seemed to be the culprit.  I removed it and I was finally able to build/deploy.

    That also seemed to be why my provision profile (distribution) was disappearing.  It no longer disappears now that my iOS pairing is good.  I have no idea what was going on with all that.

    Regardless, removing iOS pairing, restarting Icenium, redetect iOS devices = win.
  4. Steve
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    Posted 12 Sep 2013 Link to this post

    Hello Bill,

    Thanks for posting the answer to the forum so other community members can find it. Have you by any chance reset or upgraded your iOS device recently? The problem you describe should not occur eitherway (and we could not reproduce it locally), but still there is a chance that this might have triggered the problem.

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    Steve
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  5. Bill
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    Posted 12 Sep 2013 Link to this post

    Thanks for the follow-up Steve.  The device did get reset when given to me to test with, however I don't remember connecting it before the reset.  So that is probably not the culprit.  Regardless, I am up and working fine now.  :)
  6. Joey Navarro
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    Posted 05 Nov 2013 Link to this post

    I'm having a similar problem. I was able to build my iOS app a few weeks ago using an AppStore provision.
    See attached file for a screenshot of the provision.
    But when I go to build, that provision does not show up on the Provision dropdown list.
    I believe the only thing that's changed is I upgraded my iPhone to iOS 7.0.3.
    Do I need to delete and re-import my provision?
  7. Steve
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    Posted 08 Nov 2013 Link to this post

    Hello Joey,

    It is visible from the screenshot that this is AppStore provision i.e. provision meant for building your app prior publishing. Graphite has a separate Publish menu that is exactly for this purpose and your provision would show there. The Build option in the Run menu is for Developer and Ad-Hoc provisions.

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