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How can I know the app id, and publisher id
Started by rbm1155 Oct 25 2014 02:05 PM

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I'm going to test "view apps by developer"

and "view an app by developer"

also "rate and review app"

 

how can i know the app id and publisher id in the windows dev dashboard ?



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If you're trying to get your to display a review page for your own app, then you don't need to know its app ID.  You would do this instead...

system.openURL("zune:reviewapp") 

If you're trying to display info of another app of yours, then I think it needs to be publicly available first.  Once that app is viewable on Microsoft's Windows Phone App Store website, you can see your app's ID in its URL.  It's the 32 digit number GUID separated by 4 dashes that you'll see at the end of the URL.  For example, here is what it looks like for OmNomster...

   http://www.windowsphone.com/en-us/store/app/feed-omnomster-the-hungry-monster/05696854-39a9-464b-887c-35dce28a6148

 

Also, once you've uploaded more than 1 app to the store, your "Publisher" name on your app's page on Microsoft's website becomes a link.  Click on that and you can see your publisher ID in the URL as well.

 

These are the only methods that I'm aware of at the moment.



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Hi Josh,

 

I tried 

zune:search?publisher=[publisher name]

 

and replaced publisher name, with a live publisher name it does not work.

should a GUID go there?



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the

 

publisher=[publisher name]

 

worked with some, some don't

 

I just submitted my first wp8 app let's see how it goes.



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I'm pretty sure that you're supposed to use a publish ID, no name, which is a 32 digit GUID similar to your app ID.



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If anyone have a test publisher GUID please  share or private message me if possible, i just want to test the GUID on publishe=[publisher name]



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You know what, I take it back.  You were right.  You do have to use the publisher's name.  Sorry about that.

 

For example, check out RV AppStudios' publisher name on the WP8 app store...

   http://www.windowsphone.com/en-US/store/publishers?publisherId=RV%2BAppStudios




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