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The Add Certificates to login keychain did not show up
Started by Bigland Feb 17 2010 12:14 PM

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Hi,
I've tried deleting and starting all over but nothing seems to work.
According to the documentation, after double clicking the certificate, I should get a pop-up to add certificate into the login keychain.
No matter what I do the screen did not show up.

Is there anyway we can add the certificate into the login keychain manually?
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does the certificate end with a .cer ?

can you provide me with steps to get your certificate?

C
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hi,
I managed to get the computer at home working but not the office, which is where the primary development will take place.

In the office, I have deleted all the files created during the pass few days of trying to get it to work.

1. Open keychain access --> Certificate assistant.. followed exactly the steps documented in page 6 and 7. The certificatesigningRequest.certSigningRequest was saved in the desktop.
2. Open the URL specified in page 7
3. In the portal menu -->Certificated -->Development Tab (screen slightly different). there is only "Request Certificate"
4. Clicked on the "Request Certificate" --> selected the file located in the desktop and clicked "submit"
5. Approved and downloaded the "developer_identity.cer" --> double clicking the cer file did not make any window to pop-up except the keychain access.
6. Under login it was initially blank. So I clicked a second time and it produces an error saying that the certificate was signed by an unknown authority.

Please help
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Hmmm.

Let me get back to you shortly and send you instructions on how we can do this via web conference.

Carlos
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I have managed to get the computer at home to work nicely.
Is there anyway I can get those certificate to work on the mac in my office?

I've deleted the certificate on my office's Mac, and went through the whole process again. Now I'm getting the error that the certificate is signed by an unknown source.
Please kindly advice.

I've signed up as a individual developer with Apple, does that got anything to do with my problem?
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I've managed to get Corona to recognize the profile and I'm able to select from the Code Signing Identity menu.
But my next problem is I'm getting "An error occured during the build. Please try again later."

Anyone know the reason for this error message?
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O.K I've got everything running and working already.
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