I need to create an Enterprise Signed Build (for internal company distribution). I have created 2 renditions (for iPad 2 and 3) and exported out of Folio Producer.
What kind of "Viewer Type" should I select...Built-in Single issue, multi-issue, etc.?
I only see one field to upload a Folio File, but I have exported 2 renditions.
I am concerned that if I need to select "Single Issue" I cannot use my 2 renditions. I have a number of Pan and Zoom overlays in my pub, and want them to display properly (I used 2 differently sized Pan/Zoom assets when creating my renditions).
You need to select Multi issue as you do not need to provide the Folio as a Zip file but Publish it. Once you publish the folio should show up inside the Viewer.
I strongly recommend that you go through the DPS IPad Publishing Companion guide provided on the DPS dashboard.
First of All, for creating Enterprise signed Builds you need DPS Enterprise Edition. If you have that, then you do not need to export folios, you can directly publish the folios as Public from Folio Producer (Title id in Viewer Builder) and publish both the renditions with same metadata and same product id. In Viewer Builder choose Enterprise signed build.
Specify the same Adobe ID you use to create folios for this title. Make sure that the Adobe ID is assigned the Application role in the Account Administration tool. The Adobe ID for the app can be different from the Adobe ID used to sign in to Viewer Builder.
Thanks again for the input!
I'm encountering some issues at the end of the publishing process.
These are my settings for creating an enterprise signed build: Publish as Public and Free, Multi-issue, Enterprise signed build.
Does the Viewer Builder automatically find what I published in Folio Producer? My final .ipa file is only 3MB whereas the app I built is 312MB. Seems like that isn't right.
Tried dragging the .ipa file and mobileprovisioning files into iTunes, but when I sync my iPad I get this message: "The app was not installed on the iPad because the signer is not valid."
In a single issue app you add the folio hence the size of the app is larger.
Now with a multi issue app the content is provided through the distribution servers which display the folio from the Title Id that you have specified (using which you publish to the app ) so the size of the viewer is small and hence you do not need to worry about the same.
Regarding the error that you are getting, it seems that you need to recheck the certificates as that error directly is linked with the certificates that you have created and mentioning that the signing was not succesfull hence you were not able to instal the .ipa file
I am seeing some conflicting information from Adobe about Enterprise Signed Builds and "Free and Public" vs. "Free and Private."
I have 2 different Adobe instructions that say the opposite thing.
(My app is for internal distribution only).
In the Adobe DPS manual dated 5/30/2012.
"In the Folio Producer web client, publish folios to be included in your in-house app using Free and Private settings. To avoid external distribution, do not set the status to Public."