I posted the ITMS-9000 error a while ago to which I did not get any solution. I thought it would have been something to do with me and after 3/4 days of trying everything, I recreated the certificates right from the private/public keys to the .cer and the .mobileprovision files almost like a new install.
Then after building the executable, which passed the test earlier and even now after a couple of minutes with the app store came back with the same ITMS-9000 error.
The bundle <bundle> at bundle path <application.app> is not signed using an Apple submission Certificate
My system and applications are as follows
MAC OSX 10.9.2
xCode 5.1.1 (5B1008)
CoronaSDK 2014.2189 (2014.3.6) with the xcode 5.1 fix
Which as I can see here (https://developer.coronalabs.com/downloads/corona-sdk) is the latest public build
I was a pro-subscriber and now that the client wants an update and my subscription has ended I am left in the lurch unable to upload the changes the client requested. While you might want to focus on your paying clients, you cannot simply break the builds for older clients that had supported Corona.
I am sure that if I create a dummy xcode executable and try to upload it to the app store with this certificate, it will work. So the issue is somewhere with the workflow of Corona builds.
Could you please issue a fix as soon as possible, don't want your new features just want that what I had works.