yonivav yonivav - 1 month ago 13
Bash Question

creating IPA for enterprise app and not an ad hoc

i'm trying to create a script for an ipa file for my app, but i want it to be for enterprise distribution and not an Ad Hoc.

my script is:

# creating xcArchive file

xcodebuild -workspace <ProjectName>.xcworkspace -scheme <SchemeName> archive \
-archivePath <DirectoryPath><ScemeName>.xcarchive


# compressing the xcArchive file into IPA file
xcodebuild \
-exportArchive \
-exportFormat ipa \
-archivePath <DirectoryPath>/<ScemeName>.xcarchive \
-exportPath <DirectoryPath>/<ScemeName>.ipa" \
-exportProvisioningProfile "<My Distribution Provisioning Profile>".


Now, in apple wizard, when i'm creating an IPA file, in its embedded.mobileprovision i can see those attributes:
for eneterprise distribution:

<key>ProvisionsAllDevices</key>
<true/>


for Ad-Hoc distribution:

<key>ProvisionedDevices</key>
<array>
<string>accacaca0-9800ac898a908908c90aca890c8a90</string>
<string>123123123123123123bfd123bdf123fv123bdf12</string>
.
.
.
</array>


In my case, i don't know why, i don't have any of them, and therefore cannot install them on any device.
anyone can tell me why is it ? please ?

Answer

I solved it. I should use a modern approach, and write it in export.plist:

#
# creating .xcarchive file from .app file
function create_archive_file() {
    xcodebuild \
    -workspace ${PROJECT_NAME}.xcworkspace \
    -scheme "${scheme_name}" \
    archive \
    -archivePath ${SRCROOT}/${proj_external_name}/${1}.xcarchive
}
#
# compressing xcArchive file into IPA file
function create_ipa_from_archive() {
    xcrun xcodebuild \
    -exportArchive \
    -archivePath ${SRCROOT}/${proj_external_name}/${scheme_name}.xcarchive \
    -exportPath ${SRCROOT}/${proj_external_name}/folder \
    -exportOptionsPlist export.plist
}

and in export.plist:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "-//Apple//DTD PLIST 1.0//EN" "http://www.apple.com/DTDs/PropertyList-1.0.dtd">
<plist version="1.0">
<dict>
    <key>teamID</key>
    <string>... (my TeamID, get it from one archiving action only once, and check it's details in build editor)</string>
    <key>method</key>
    <string>enterprise</string>
    <key>uploadSymbols</key>
    <true/>
</dict>
</plist>