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Old Oct 18, 2008, 03:00 PM   #1
imaumac
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entitlements.plist

hi, some body can helpme with this? please?
i dont know what this means.
i found like the picture, but i dont know where is my entitlements.plist



do i have to find and change the name ENTITLEMENTS.PLIST by something.plist ?
and dratto some place.... i dont understand what Ihave to do.... please
could you helpme with this?


Specifically, the question is: what is the entitlements.plist and
how can I add to my binary or Xcode please?

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Old Oct 18, 2008, 07:10 PM   #2
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You create the Entitlements.plist file.

Add a new file to the root of your application. When the dialog pops up asking type of what file you want to add, select "Code Signing"->Entitlements

Name it Entitlements.plist

Now in the Entitlements.plist file, there should be a boolean key "get-task-allow". Make sure it's false (unchecked).

Then you can specify Entitlements.plist back in your build inspector as the image suggests.
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Old Oct 19, 2008, 01:01 AM   #3
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perfect.... I got It !
i will try and i will post later forhelp others too.
thanks a lot !
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Old Nov 4, 2010, 06:09 AM   #4
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why entitlement.plist

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You create the Entitlements.plist file.

Add a new file to the root of your application. When the dialog pops up asking type of what file you want to add, select "Code Signing"->Entitlements

Name it Entitlements.plist

Now in the Entitlements.plist file, there should be a boolean key "get-task-allow". Make sure it's false (unchecked).

Then you can specify Entitlements.plist back in your build inspector as the image suggests.
Can any one make clear why entitlement.plist is needed. I mean what is the actual purpose it is used for. I had uploaded my apps without entitlements.plist file.

Didnt found reason actually why it is needed.. Can anyone make this clear... :-(

Found great info on the follwoing link

http://efreedom.com/Question/1-10030...lAnswersMarker

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Old Nov 4, 2010, 10:29 AM   #5
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Can any one make clear why entitlement.plist is needed.
The entitlements.plist is normally not needed unless you are doing adhoc distribution.
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