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iOS

Issues submitting app

I'm having an issue submitting the app into the iOS app store when i have created the app in iTunes connect but when i want to submit it via archive i am getting the following error message

ERROR ITMS-4238: "Redundant Binary Upload. There already exists a binary upload with build version '1.0' for train '1.0' at SoftwareAssets/PreReleaseSoftwareAsset.

I don't understand what this means and i can't even locate this folder can someone help

Amit Bijlani Pasan Premaratne

1 Answer

The error means that there's already a build of your application that's been uploaded with that version number (1.0), and you can't submit a 'new build' with a version number that's already been submitted. I wouldn't worry about how or why, just increment the version number in the project in Xcode (1.0.1) and then rebuild/archive/upload the new binary.