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Adobe AIR SDK 29.0.0.122 MacOSX Build Bug

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May 10, 2018

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We changed all http links to https in our application and removed the TransportSecurity definition to allow arbitrary loads. After all these affords we built the MacOSX App and received the following error:

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Dear Adobe Air Team,

as you can see is the application looking for a http link. Please fix this bug so that we do not integrate in the info.plist the TransportSecurity.

If we integrate the following permission the app is working:

<key>NSAppTransportSecurity</key>

       <dict>

           <key>NSAllowsArbitraryLoads</key>

            <true/>

      </dict>

Thank you very much!

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Adobe AIR SDK 29.0.0.122 MacOSX Build Bug

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May 10, 2018

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We changed all http links to https in our application and removed the TransportSecurity definition to allow arbitrary loads. After all these affords we built the MacOSX App and received the following error:

Bildschirmfoto 2018-05-10 um 10.20.08.png

Dear Adobe Air Team,

as you can see is the application looking for a http link. Please fix this bug so that we do not integrate in the info.plist the TransportSecurity.

If we integrate the following permission the app is working:

<key>NSAppTransportSecurity</key>

       <dict>

           <key>NSAllowsArbitraryLoads</key>

            <true/>

      </dict>

Thank you very much!

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can you not publish a captive runtime app?

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same error, can't understand why there has to be a http link. at the moment we adapt the build for Mac OS X requirements the error appears.

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well no, if you published a captive runtime (eg. bundle) the AIR runtime is part of your app

and does not need to be installed

what are your publishing settings? on which OS?
do you obtain an .exe on windows or an .app on mac? or an .air file?

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We do it for mac OS X. as Apple does not accept some files inside the build we have to delete and also we have to add the correct info.plist

we create a signed air file.

at the moment this is done the bug exists. The error is a http link which adobe only needs to remove and set to https.

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