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Created attachment 8110 [details]
I just submitted an iPad app with 220.127.116.11 Xamarin.
I got this error:
"Build XXX does not contain the correct beta entitlement. For more information, see the iTunes Connect Developer Guide."
Also when Application Loaded uploaded it I got a 'warning' the a analysis file was too big or something.
Are you using the Prerelease / "TestFlight Beta Testing" option ?
If so then there is extra requirements, e.g. you need a different AppStore profile that contains the "beta entitlement".
> was too big or something.
Make sure the linker was enabled (minimum "Link SDK"). If it was could you get a screenshot of that specific message ?
Created attachment 8111 [details]
Created attachment 8112 [details]
I've added a few screenshots. Linker is on. No TestFlight
Even if I change the build from 8 to 8.0.1 I am now getting the error about a redundant binary upload.
Is Xamarin not incrementing internally the build number?.
Your first screenshot shows "Prerelease" and AFAIK that's the new TestFlight support from Apple, which is optional and requires some extra steps (like the different profile) from your part. You should still be able to submit (non prerelease) applications.
> Before you submit it, you also have the option of having users test prerelease versions of your app.
> This optional step is described in TestFlight Beta Testing (Optional).
quote from: https://developer.apple.com/library/ios/documentation/LanguagesUtilities/Conceptual/iTunesConnect_Guide/Chapters/SubmittingTheApp.html
That's really interesting as I uploaded the build and chose no pre release information or testing. Just click, upload, done.
I am still getting the issue with the app loader complaining that the API analysis file is too large.
I have rebuilt the binary with a new version, after a clean and it was accepted by ITC this time and I was able to submit it!
The warning itself should not be a problem, I only wanted to see it (in case it gave a bit more details).
I'm suspecting it was a glitch (e.g. update gone wrong) on Apple side, but if it happens again let us know!