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iOS Perfromance notice due to healthkit
Started by fwcarlitos Feb 25 2019 05:28 AM

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Best Answer vlads , 26 February 2019 - 04:20 PM

Latest daily build 3467 should fix this issue. I removed all mentions of health kit.

 

@fwcarlitos placeholder strings are there because if they're referenced but not in plist, it would cause a crash.

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Rob Miracle

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Daily build 2019.3467 solves this issue.

 

https://developer.coronalabs.com/downloads/daily-builds/

 

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I just received a rejection, too. I am rebuilding with Daily Build 3469 now and resubmitting.



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When i use 2018.3455 to build and submit an app 2 months ago, it was fine and passed Apple approval. Now when I try to submit a new app, apple rejected it because of the HealthKit issue seen here. 

 

I will try to re-submit to apple with 2019.3469

 

Update : Apple has approved my app build with 2019.3469 :)



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Apple is constantly adapting its rules that their reviewers use and the things checked by their automatic scanning change as well. We have to react to when you report this issue and make updates, which show up in later daily builds.

 

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I rebuilt and resubmitted using the latest build from yesterday (3469 from what I remember) and received another rejection this morning. :-( Does anything else need to be added to the project to tell Corona to not include HealthKit references?

Thanks!

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Can you verify the Corona version number you're building with?

 

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Sorry, my bad, I installed the daily build but today realised that I was still running the old build (I had assumed that the daily build would replace the currently installed version whereas the two co-exist). I've rebuilt with daily build 2019.3469 and re-submitted so hopefully it will be accepted, just waiting for the results of the review... Thanks (and sorry for the incorrect info!)




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