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Leo Lui

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  1. My app pop up "Access violation at address 000000001BB022128, accessing address 000030312E353820" error in iPhone. Android works perfectly without this error. This error pops up when 1. Run the app 2. Press the home button (my app still running in background) 3. Run other apps 4. Go back to my app 5. Error popup. It is quite strange that my development device iPhone 6S never shows this error. All my other testing devices, from iPhone 7 ~ iPhone X, pop this error! This error exists since XCode 11. I updated it to XCode 12.4 hope that this error can be solved, but no luck! My development environment is 1. Delphi 10.4.1 2. iOS 13.7 3. XCode 12.4 4. macOS Big Sur 5. My app uses a location sensor component and timer components to activate the location sensor when loading up the App. (I want to try it in iOS 14.4 but cannot successfully get the iOS 14 SDK add to the SDK manager. Files in Z:\Documents\Embarcadero\Studio\SDKs\iPhoneOS14.4.sdk\usr\lib are in 0 byte. I tried it from XCode 12.0 to 12.3. All failed. I think it should be a bug in Delphi IDE. Only my old iOS 13.7 SDK is still working.) Does anyone know what causes this access violation error? Please help! BR. Leo
  2. I submitted my iOS app to App store but rejected. The reason is my app prompts error when user refuse allow the location service. I test this scenario and found that if user not authorise the location service when first installing the app, it would have a dead loop prompting error “ Unauthorized to user location services”. My app stuck there and cannot proceed further. I discovered the reason for the dead looping. I start the location sensor (LocationSensor.Active := True) when the application started. Due to unknown reason, may be network problem, it cannot send back any location data some time. I followed suggestion on the Stack Overflow to put the LocationSensor.Active := True in a timer event, keep looping until location data coming out. This method works quite good. However, this method is not really detecting the location service is on/off, it just working when the sensor has some delay in reading location data. Is there a function to detect the iOS location service is on or off ? B.R. Leo
  3. I updated my Delphi 10.4.1 to patch 1 (Dec version) today and try to publish my app by Transporter but received an error message “ERROR ITMS-90704 Missing App Icon. .....”. I wonder this problem have been fixed in 10.4.1 or not? Do I still need to follow the workaround by Horácio or Dave (RAD Studio RSP-29692) to solve this problem? This is my first time publish my app to App store. I am stuck there and do not know what to do. Do anybody have the experience to solve it? Regards, Leo
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    Miss App Icon when publish to App store

    I finally figure out the problem. I am using same 1024 size png file for the application icon and 2x scale icon. Only the latter one appear in the deployment option page. The application icon setting was disappear! After I assign different file name for them, it pass the application icon checking but give me another error, "can't be transparent nor contain an alpha channel". I am finding a way to remove alpha channel. Thanks for your reply! Regards Leo
  5. Hello, I tried to install the latest Midware version for Rio 10.3 by the OverbyteMwD103Design.dproj, it prompted an error 'OverbyteMwD103Run' not found. Are you missing include this object in the zip file? Best Regard, Leo
  6. Hi Piette, I tried to build OverbyteMwD103Run. It prompted IcsSslDefs.inc, IcsSslEAY.pas and IcsLIBEAY.pas files are missing. I found them from the ICS component source folder and copied them to this server component source folder and build it again. It prompted ICSDEFS.INC is missing. However, I find it nowhere. Where can I get this file. The required file OverbyteMwD103Run.bcp cannot being built in this case. Am I doing correctly?
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