Hi, The issue is like this: 1> I've an application based on .Net 3.5, C#, WPF and MS Access/SQL Express. 2> The application is already being used (paid up) by more than 17 clients (world over) with more than 300 seats. 3> I want to publish the same app on www.AppUp.com to sale the application world over. 4> I make changes to the source code , introduce Intel SDK InitializeComponent(); & remove all the private keys as Intel has promised that my application will not be pirated. 5> I complete the application validation process with maximum number of screen shots allowed. Also fill up all the fields across the tabs panning various pages. 6> I submit the application for validation. I wait. Then I wait. I Just Wait. I simply wait. And my app is rejected, so I check the validation error message, download the screen shot, re- check my app and find the reported issue is non-existent. 7> I resubmit the app, then I wait (Many times) and my app gets rejected. The surprise is validation message is actually replicated (i.e. Copy paste) 8> I retest the app (for no reason at all , actually)resubmit the app, upload the app and BANG the app is rejected with SAME rejection message. 9> I involve a CMM 5 company, get my app tested. 95-96% of the tests are cleared. Then I request the company to follow the Intel guidelines and still the app comes clean. So I resubmit the app. 10> After 3-4 rejections, the screen shots change, rejection messages change (not more than 10% standard deviation). Bottom Line Question: Why Can't I reproduce the Validation Error? Or Why Can't Intel Validation team use the app? Before submitting the application I always test the application on specified/supported Hardware/Software/OS/Runtime etc. so as to keep the Validation cycle at a minimum. This has happened with almost all the apps (19 Apps published).
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