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    Cool My Application submitted failed due to wrong UID

    I have submitted an application 25th aug 2011 recently in publish.ovi . But my application was
    failed to submit due to wrong UID . What do you exactly mean by UID?

    Is it AppUID which will be in our .mmp file like below or any specific UID given by Nokia support ?
    TARRGET App1_0xEA44DBF7.exe
    TARGETTYPE exe
    UID 0x100039CE 0xEA44DBF7


    If so which should I select 0x100039CE or 0xEA44DBF7.

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    Re: My Application submitted failed due to wrong UID

    You should really check more on basics socumentations, 0xEA44DBF7 is test-range UID, thus you cannnot use it for release versions. Also it is the third UID that needs to be unique for the applications, the second (this case it is the 0x100039CE ) defines the type of the project.

    You could mayeb check Symbian signed docs as well, basically you need to get the UID reserved by the account that is used for signing the sis file, if you are using ovi signing, then indeed you do need to use Ovi provided UID.

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    Re: My Application submitted failed due to wrong UID

    0xE.... and 0xF.... are selfsigned certificates.

    If you want publish your app, you need a 0x200.... UID. If you are a developer and have an account on the store, you can ask 5 UIDs to Nokia for your apps giving your IMEI.

    They will send you 5 UIDs, a key, a certificate and a sis to install in your phone. So you can test the app before you submit it to the store.
    I discovered Qt in the summer 2010, it was sooo easy and nice to use, that I begun to write some apps.
    Thank you Nokia, for giving me this possibility!

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    Re: My Application submitted failed due to wrong UID

    Quote Originally Posted by Tiger54 View Post
    0xE.... and 0xF.... are selfsigned certificates.
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    No they are not, they are Test Range UIDs

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    Re: My Application submitted failed due to wrong UID

    Quote Originally Posted by GTO_India View Post
    I have submitted an application 25th aug 2011 recently in publish.ovi . But my application was
    failed to submit due to wrong UID . What do you exactly mean by UID?

    Is it AppUID which will be in our .mmp file like below or any specific UID given by Nokia support ?
    TARRGET App1_0xEA44DBF7.exe
    TARGETTYPE exe
    UID 0x100039CE 0xEA44DBF7


    If so which should I select 0x100039CE or 0xEA44DBF7.
    To publish content on the store, your application must be packaged with a protected UID (0x2.....). To receive this, please contact the Nokia Publish team and they will issue you these along with a developer certificate for your testing purposes.

    Andrew

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    Re: My Application submitted failed due to wrong UID

    Note that this is of course only if you wish to use Nokia Store Signing, if you don't then you would need to get the UID from the Symbian signed account actually used for signing.

    As well as If you need to use capabilities that are requiring Certified signing, then basically you can not use Nokia Store Signing.

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    Re: My Application submitted failed due to wrong UID

    Quote Originally Posted by symbianyucca View Post
    Note that this is of course only if you wish to use Nokia Store Signing, if you don't then you would need to get the UID from the Symbian signed account actually used for signing.

    As well as If you need to use capabilities that are requiring Certified signing, then basically you can not use Nokia Store Signing.
    Well said! Yes, the Nokia Signing service only offers free Express Signing for your applications. If your application uses capabilities beyond Express signing, please approach Symbian Signed instead.

    Andrew

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