Creating an unsigned iOS certificate set
Create an unsigned iOS certificate set to generate a mobile app bundle as an unsigned
xcarchive file. You generate an unsigned bundle to sign it locally with
Xcode on a macOS computer when your company policies do not allow you to upload mobile
certificates and provisioning profiles to third-party tools.
- App ID
For more information, see Obtaining an App ID for iOS apps.
- Push notification certificate (for apps with push notification support)
For more information, see Configuring push notifications for iOS apps.
- In the navigation pane of App Studio, click .
- On the Mobile certificates page, click Add certificate set.
- On the Adding new certificate set page, expand the Advanced section, and then select the Enable a simplified certificate set (unsigned application) check box.
- In the App ID (Bundle ID) field, enter a unique bundle identifier for the iOS app.
- Optional: To enable push notifications for your app, on the Adding new certificate
set page, choose a push notification certificate to use in the certificate
Choices Actions Use an existing push notification certificate In the Push notification certificate list, select an already uploaded certificate. Upload a new push notification certificate
- Next to the Push notification certificate list, click New.
- In the Upload new certificate file modal dialog box,
click Choose file, and then upload the
.p12file with the push notification certificate.
- In the Certificate name field, enter a name for the
signing certificate.The name must not include underscore ( _ ), hyphen ( - ), or period ( . ) characters.
- In the Encryption password field, enter the encryption password for the certificate.
- Click OK.
- Click Save.
xcarchivefile, and then sign it locally.
xcarchivebundle and sign your app locally with Xcode on a macOS computer. For more information, seeBuilding mobile apps and Signing iOS apps locally.
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