Hello, I tested my ios app with development certificate its working when when i run an app with xcode..Later on before submission i downloaded distribution certificate and changed the pushwoosh settings with new p12 file and distribution certificate.. i am unable to send pushes after that.. my query is

with the distribution certificate..am i able to send pushes only if the app is downloaded from app store? cant i test it by running the app from xcode before submitting?

and the certificate expires after 1 year.. will i loose the subscribers? when i create a new one?

asked 27 Mar '16, 23:25
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darkmindz13
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Hi!

To run the app from the xCode and successfully send pushes to it it's required to sign the application with the Ad-Hoc provisioning profile and configured with the Production Push Certificate. It will allow you to run it using xCode and successfully send notifications.

Please find a detailed explanation in Apple guide:

https://developer.apple.com/library/ios/documentation/IDEs/Conceptual/AppDistributionGuide/TestingYouriOSApp/TestingYouriOSApp.html

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answered 28 Mar '16, 06:48
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Nikolai
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As for your second question - no, you will not lose any subscribers when you reissue the certificate, don't worry! :)

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