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Windows 8 – Resolving package upload errors

Over the weekend, I uploaded my first application the app store.  I ran into some issues and I wanted to share a link that will make understanding what the error means when you encounter it.

Here is a sample of the page:

A single app can’t include both architecture-neutral and architecture-specific packages.

For more info, see Building the app package manually.

All packages for this app must use the package identity name: [package identity name]

For more info, see Building the app package manually.

A package is not a main package. Only a main package, which defines an app tile, can be uploaded.

The app manifest must contain a valid Application element.

For more info, see Building the app package manually.

At least one language doesn’t have a default store logo image.

The app is missing a required image.

For the list of images that must be included in your app’s package, see App images. The Store logo topic also has additional details about the Store logo image.

At least one language doesn’t have a default small logo image.

The app is missing a required image.

For the list of images that must be included in your app’s package, see App images. The Small logo topic also has additional details about the small logo image.

At least one language doesn’t have a default logo image.

The app is missing a required image.

For the list of images that must be included in your app’s package, see App images. The Logo topic also has additional details about the logo image.

Declared applications must have the same details between packages

If your app has more than one package, the Package/Capabilities and Package/Resourceselements must be the same in each package.

For more info, see Building the app package manually.

Declared dependencies must be the same for all packages.

If your app has more than one dependency, the Package/Dependencies elements must be the same in each package.

For more info, see Building the app package manually.

The supported languages are not the same for all packages. All packages must support the same languages.

For more info, see Building the app package manually.

Declared dependencies must be the same for all packages.

If your app has more than one dependency, the Package/Dependencies elements must be the same in each package.

For more info, see Building the app package manually.

The declared capabilities are not the same in all packages. All packages must declare the same capabilities.

The Package/Capabilities element must be the same in all main packages.

For more info, see Building the app package manually.

The declared device interfaces are not the same for all packages. All packages must declare the same device interfaces.

For more info, see Building the app package manually.

Your app can declare dependencies only on versions of Windows component libraries that are available from the Windows Store. Check your app’s dependencies and make sure that the MinVersion of each is less than or equal to a version that is available from the Windows Store.

For more info, see Building the app package manually.

This is a Windows component library package, which can’t be uploaded.

The Package/Properties/Framework element must be False or undefined.

For more info, see Building the app package manually.

A package supports a language that the Windows Store doesn’t support. A package can declare only languages that the Windows Store supports.

For more info about the languages that the Windows Store supports, see Choosing your languages.

All packages for this app must use the package identity name: [developer namespace]

The Name attribute of the Package/Identity element in the app manifest must match the app’s package identity name assigned by the Windows Store.

For more info, see Building the app package manually.

The Publisher attribute of the Identity element in the app manifest doesn’t match your publisher ID, which is: [developer publisher string]

The Publisher attribute of the Package/Identity element in the app manifest must match your Publisher ID in the Windows Store.

For more info, see Building the app package manually.

Packages must use SHA2-256 as the hash algorithm

For more info, see Package format requirements.

A package is not named correctly. All packages must have the same app name.

For more info, see Building the app package manually.

The PublisherDisplayName element in the app manifest doesn’t match your publisher display name.

For more info, see Building the app package manually.

The package defines a ResourceID, which isn’t allowed.

For more info, see Building the app package manually.

The supported languages are not the same for all packages. All packages must support the same languages.

For more info, see Building the app package manually and Choosing your languages.

The package declares more apps than the Windows Store allows.

For more info, see Building the app package manually.

The following display name does not match any of your reserved names: [displayName]

The Package/Properties/DisplayName element must contain a value that matches a name you reserved for this app.

For more info, see Building the app package manually and Naming your app.

 

Hope this helps…

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