Validation failure - ILU01

Validation failure - ILU01

I recently submitted an application which failed validation which I believe was due to the lack of a launch option in the AppUp Center. However this was intentional on my part. My application always runs on the startup of the laptop so it does not require any manual action by the user. So I am wondering what options I have in order to pass validation? Would any of the following be allowed when the user launches the app from the store? - Open a browser with a webpage to our site. This could be a help page or our "Vault" where the user can perform various actions which interact with our application - Run an executable which will monitor the application and re-start it if necessary. I could set it up so that the application itself is launched. However as it will already be running, nothing will happen and this may simply result in customer confusion. Any input is appreciated.
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Hi,

We submitted two air Apps which has been already published in Adobe Market place. iContacts and iAlarm.

iContacts is still under validation it almost 14 days past since we submitted. We can understand that during initial stages there will be many roadblocks and a big queue but if we can speed up little bit that will be great.

iAlarm has been rejected saying " Application does not download or install from AppUp. The app installs and launches natively but not from within AppUp. The most common issue observed in this area has to do with properly advertised shortcuts within the .msi . Please see packaging requirements located here: http://appdeveloper.intel.com/en-us/article/packaging-requirements and troubleshooting tips located here: http://appdeveloper.intel.com/en-us/article/troubleshooting-validation-f... and confirm that your .msi meets the requirements. Please also see the article on beta testing: http://appdeveloper.intel.com/en-us/article/beta-testing and beta test your application using AppUp prior to resubmission. Thank you!"

We never used .msi , we have submitted only air file. The comments says advertised shortcuts within the .msi.

Do we need to use only melrose sdks ? As mentioned in intel app site, we have build AIR app with Flex Builder 3 using Flex SDK 3.5a
It has been digitally signed.

Please let us know what has to be done.

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Hi 5dollarapps,

Regarding your request about iAlarm I have requested somebody from the validation team to contact you. Please refer to this link for more information: http://appdeveloper.intel.com/en-us/node/1772

For your request about iContacts, I have sent you an email with a message from the validation team. Please check your email.

Regards
Rooven

Intel Technical Support
Intel® Atom™ Developer Program
Intel AppUp(SM) Center

Regards, DG Rooven
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Paul,

What was your validation failure message?

To answer your questions:

Your installer must create shortcuts to your primary executable. Said executable must include the ATOM authorization calls. As such, you could have your executable ShellEx (or other means) open a web browser to the URL you mentioned.

The is the failure message:

"This is to inform you that Laptop Superhero 1.4.1 has failed to meet Intel(R) Atom(TM) Developer Program's
validation criteria.

Failure Reason: ILU01 - Application install

Additional Comments: Windows XP and Win 7: Application does not download or install from AppUp. The most common issue observed in this area has to do with properly advertised shortcuts within the .msi . Please see packaging requirements located here: http://appdeveloper.intel.com/en-us/article/packaging-requirements and troubleshooting tips located here: http://appdeveloper.intel.com/en-us/article/troubleshooting-validation-f... and confirm that your .msi meets the requirements. Please also see the article on beta testing: http://appdeveloper.intel.com/en-us/article/beta-testing and beta test your application using AppUp prior to resubmission. Thank you!

Check the failure code against the Intel(R) Application/Component Suitability Guidelines
and Validation Criteria document. This document lists the error codes and the associated
tests that were run on your application. Additional comments provided may help narrow
down the specific failure(s).

Once you revise your code please resubmit it for validation."

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Paul,

Where you able to pass validation the second time around?

I haven't resubmitted yet. I hope to do so before the weekend.

Brian,
It will probably be Tuesday before I get to resubmit again.

My plan is to create a new executable that checks the authorization and then opens a browser to our "Vault". All shortcuts will point to this executable.

Will this be good enough to get past this test?
You mentioned above that the shortcut should link to the primary executable. Apart from performing the authorization call I am wondering how else you define "primary"?

Thanks,
Paul

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Paul,

Yes, as long as all shortcuts point to the same executable, and said executable makes the ATOM SDK calls I see no issue in that implementation.

One bit of advice, is to be sure that the user cannot alter the URL to end up at inappropriate web content. That would result in a validation failure.

Hello Brian

I had recently submitted my application which failed validation process. Here is the failure message.

Failure Reason: ILU01 - Application install
Additional Comments: Application does not install to AppUp. Error log files indicate that there is an invalid argument. SIMPLE INSTALLER - START TEST-FAIL: ERR_INVALID_ARG Check Application Executable FAIL GET-EXEC-FAIL: execution command not found: UNKNOWN
Please see packaging requirements located here http://appdeveloper.intel.com/en-us/article/packaging-requirements. Please also see the article on beta testing: http://appdeveloper.intel.com/en-us/article/beta-testing and beta test your application using AppUp prior to resubmission. Thank you!

But last week I had registered myself as a beta tester to the AppUp center and I was successful in installing the same application on my mobile net-book using the AppUp client. Please let me know if I am missing anything here.

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Thanks
Mithesh

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Hi Mithesh,

Thank you for posting your query here.

It does seems a bit strange why the app fails validation when you successfully beta-tested it yourself on the AppUp(SM). But just to double check that everything is still working fine with your application, please can you re-test it.
Make sure that you beta-test your application on the Operating system it is intended to run. That is if you stated the app is for both Windows XP and Windows 7, then you need to test it on Windows XP and Windows 7 as well. Also you need to check that even if the application is installing successfully, it should not be generating any error messages at any point even those errors do not influence the installation process.
One more point to note is that the application has to be fully installed from within the app up and this has to be silent installation, requiring no user interaction during installation.

Please can you re-test the application and get back to us if you are still able to install it from AppUp(SM) successfully without any issues, and I will investigate further what is causing it to fail validation.

Regards
Rooven

Intel® Customer Support
Intel® Atom™ Developer Program
Intel® AppUp(SM) Center

Regards, DG Rooven

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