Android package error after keystore info implemented
Okay, so I have been working on an app for a while now, and I'm more or less done. The only thing I think is remaining is getting the Distribution Signing correctly implemented. The app was packaging perfectly fine until I included the generated keystore info in the Project Settings under Distribution Signing. Now suddenly I get a build failed message.
Do know I have looked through other people's troubles here on answerhub, but haven't found any that solved this problem.
In the "Output of Keytool" field, I've filled in the path to the file the keytool generated. In my case: C:/Users/User/AppName.keytool -- I've also tried moving the file to the engine's suggested path (Project/Build/Android), with the same result.
Furthermore, the Key Alias and Key Store Password should be correct, as they are the same as I created when running the keytool.
I suspect this is an easy fix for someone more knowledgable than me, and any help will be deeply appreciated :)
Attached is a screenshot of the last part of the error message, where it seems the error is occurring:
asked Oct 03 '16 at 11:57 AM in Packaging & Deployment
Hi once again, Samantha,
I am so sorry for waiting this long before answering - there's just been a lot happening. Anyway, eventually, I found out what caused the problem .. and it was a laughably easy solution:
As I wrote in the first message: "In the "Output of Keytool" field, I've filled in the path to the file the keytool generated. In my case: C:/Users/User/AppName.keytool -- I've also tried moving the file to the engine's suggested path (Project/Build/Android), with the same result."
The problem wasn't where the file was placed, but rather that I filled in the entire path to the keystore, and not only the name of the file itself. Thus, as soon as I deleted the path from the input field and kept the keystore name, it worked!
How I managed to misunderstand this is hard to fathom, but that's the reality, haha.
Thanks for your assistance :)
answered Dec 03 '16 at 05:14 PM
Please review this AnswerHub Post, your answer should be there.
answered Oct 10 '16 at 08:36 PM
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