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Oct 14, 2015

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Can't really find any documentation on this other than in the release notes, but can't get this to compile in Air 19.0.0.190

We've recreated new provisioning files that include Associated Domains, uploaded the appropriate apple-app-site-association file and added the following entitlement to the descriptor

<key>com.apple.developer.associated-domains</key><array><string>applinks:ourdomain.com</string></array>

(Note: we've changed "appslinks" to "applinks"  in the string - I believe the documentation in the release notes has a type-o. but we've tried both)

Now whenever we try to compile with the key above in the descriptor, we always get ApplicationVerificationFailed. If commented out, it compiles fine.

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Universal Links - ApplicationVerificationFailed

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Can't really find any documentation on this other than in the release notes, but can't get this to compile in Air 19.0.0.190

We've recreated new provisioning files that include Associated Domains, uploaded the appropriate apple-app-site-association file and added the following entitlement to the descriptor

<key>com.apple.developer.associated-domains</key><array><string>applinks:ourdomain.com</string></array>

(Note: we've changed "appslinks" to "applinks"  in the string - I believe the documentation in the release notes has a type-o. but we've tried both)

Now whenever we try to compile with the key above in the descriptor, we always get ApplicationVerificationFailed. If commented out, it compiles fine.

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Sorry, I should clarify. The app compiles fine, it simply won't install on the device.

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We just realized we had to revert back to Xcode 6 and that we're compiling agains ios8 SDK. Most likely the problem. We'll test again against ios9 SDK when Xcode updates.  Sorry for the early post.

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Compiling w/XCode 7 (iOS9 SDK) results are the same. Anyone actually get this to work? Would appreciate some insight. Cheers.

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Can you please check the following blog, may be this can solve your issue:

http://blogs.adobe.com/flashplayer/2015/08/troubleshooting-air-installation-errors-ios-applications....

-Piyush

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[Update] - Sorry, I jumped the gun. The app said it installed but didn't actually show up on the device. After unplugging and plugging the device back in, same problem persists.

the only way to successfully get this installed is to comment out the "associated-domains" entitlement. I'd really like to hear about someone that actually got this to work?

You sir are correct. The APS was set to production but the new prov file was set to dev. I've fallen for this one before - Thank you so much Piyush

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You need to activate universal links in the developer certificate, did  you do that? You also have to regenerate all provisioning profiles again, and drop them into iTunes afterwards. The app installs for me with "com.apple.developer.associated-domains" included, but the universal links do not actually open the app, although the file is on the server as described in all the tutorials.

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Okay it is working now.

I was following the guideline in here: Release Notes | Flash Player® 19 AIR® 19, but they are apparently incorrect. Instead create the server json file according to this document App Search Programming Guide: Support Universal Links and make sure that in your application.xml you include the string like so: <string>applinks:www.example.com</string>. Note that it has to be applinks and not appslinks as stated in the Air release notes.

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Thanks for highlighting the typo, we apologize about that, release notes are corrected. Thank you for your support.

Regards,

Adobe Air Team

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