2 Replies Latest reply on Oct 3, 2012 9:34 AM by Jade

    how to sign runtime apps for Mac

    jreinsch

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      how to sign runtime apps for Mac

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           On the Mac, we distribute our runtime apps built with FileMaker 11 via dmgs. Users see the attached alert when they attempt to install on OS X 10.8 (Mountain Lion). In order to get around this, they currently have to change their system-wide security settings. We'd like to avoid this.

           The information provided by Apple appears to be for true applications built from source code - not FileMaker runtimes. I know it's necessary to join the Mac Developer Program, but we don't want to do that unless there's a clear pathway to signing our apps, and it seems unlikely Apple would be much help with that. Is there a simple set of instructions somewhere for signing a FileMaker runtime app with an Apple Developer ID certificate?

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