Xamarin.iOS - IPA not reflecting in Appstore Website

Nagesh Degil 1 Reputation point
2022-06-16T13:06:31.12+00:00

Hi,

I have developed an app using Xamarin.Forms and now need to release IPA via TestFlight and currently have a weird problem with the Transporter app. I uploaded an IPA file to Transporter and I got the message: "Delivered - The following apps have been delivered to App Store Connect"

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It's been 5 days now that the IPA file is not reflected on the App Store Connect and the "Prepare for Submission" status is displayed.

Attaching the upload logs of the Transporter.

212018-transporter-logs.txt

Please provide suggestions or alternatives so I can upload my app.

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  1. Wenyan Zhang (Shanghai Wicresoft Co,.Ltd.) 15,821 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor
    2022-06-17T05:06:33.84+00:00

    Hi @Nagesh Degil ,

    First, you can sign in Apple Developer portal and App Store Connect, then check if there are any license agreement updates that you need to agree to.

    Second, Prepare for Submission status is correct, it means that you haven't submitted your app for review.
    Please sign in App Store Connect, select your app, go to AppStore tab, scroll down the page, check Build part, and check if it says "Select a build before you submit your app". Then you can select your 1.0.0 build.
    If you can't select your build version, please go to TestFlight tab, check for a build with a status of "Processing". If the status is still processing, you can't test this build via TestFlight. I have to say, 5 days is too long(I did a test, it shows "Missing Compliance" after about 5-10 minutes), you may connect with Apple for the further support because it is really an Apple question.

    Finally, if you can select your 1.0.0 build, try to go to TestFlight tab, add a test GROUPS , add Internal Testing or External testing, then test your build on the tester's iOS device via TestFlight. For more details, refer to https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/xamarin/ios/deploy-test/testflight?tabs=windows#manage-beta-testing

    Best Regards,
    Wenyan Zhang


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  2. Nagesh D 1 Reputation point
    2022-07-08T09:25:56.513+00:00

    @Wenyan Zhang (Shanghai Wicresoft Co,.Ltd.)

    I have completed all the preparations on the AppStore. And tried to upload with XCode Organizer, and it shows uploaded successfully, but I still don't see IPA in the Appstore build section.

    The Apple team suggested the following things to fix and I did but still no luck.

    1. "Invalid Swift Support - The SwiftSupport folder is missing" when publishing to App Store

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