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What is Wildcard App IDs?
December 2nd, 2014, 01:15 AM
When creating provisioning profiles, there are two types of App IDs that can be associated with them. The first type is called a Wildcard App ID. Provisioning profiles with Wildcard App IDs are recommended for most iPhone OS development because a single Wildcard App ID can be used to build and install most applications, including the sample code projects provided in the iPhone Reference Library. Wildcard App IDs are created by entering an asterisk in the Identifier portion of your App ID. The wildcard asterisk character must be the last character in the App ID string. If you use a Wildcard App ID, remember to replace the asterisk with an appropriate string using the reverse-DNS format when you fill in the Bundle Identifier field in your Xcode project.
Example App ID: ABCDE12345.*
ABCDE12345 is the Bundle Seed ID (generated by Apple)
* is the Bundle Identifier of the App ID. When you enter the Bundle Identifier in your Xcode project you need to replace the asterisk with an appropriate string using the reverse-DNS format.