Commit 04013284 authored by Leena Miettinen's avatar Leena Miettinen
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Doc: rename Ovi Store as Nokia Store



Task-number: QTCREATORBUG-6469
Change-Id: Ib2c2e5c02cafff4978cafa01a2b4a9d73a3f1cd6
Reviewed-by: default avatarDaniel Teske <daniel.teske@nokia.com>
parent a87dea5c
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in the \gui {Package version} field.
You can specify information that users see on a delivery channel, such as
Ovi Store or Maemo.org. You can specify a short description of the
Nokia Store or Maemo.org. You can specify a short description of the
application, package name, and application icon.
The Debian control file contains an application icon in encoded form. To add
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\title Publishing Qt Content for Maemo Devices
The applications that you publish on Ovi Store, must meet the testing
The applications that you publish on Nokia Store, must meet the testing
criteria listed in
\l{http://www.developer.nokia.com/info/sw.nokia.com/id/9cd1eb18-821b-4228-a0a3-36b049c5d608/Maemo_5_Application_OVI_Store_Entry_Requirements.pdf.html}
{Maemo 5 Applications: Ovi Store Entry Requirements}.
{Maemo 5 Applications: Nokia Store Entry Requirements}.
Make sure that your application passes the following most commonly
failed test cases:
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You can test the application on Qt Simulator and Maemo emulator to make
sure that it does not crash or hang and to check how it handles different
memory situations. Before you submit the application to Ovi Publishing, you
memory situations. Before you submit the application to Nokia Publish, you
must also fully test it on a Maemo device.
*/
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\title Publishing Qt Content for MeeGo Harmattan Devices
You cannot publish applications that are built with the beta version of the
MeeGo Harmattan tool chain to Ovi Store.
MeeGo Harmattan tool chain to Nokia Store.
However, you can prepare for publishing by making sure that your application
meets the
\l{http://www.developer.nokia.com/info/sw.nokia.com/id/44affcd1-ceba-4aca-8b65-670ce2cbbd1e/MeeGo_1_2_Harmattan_Applications_Ovi_Store_Entry_Requirements.html}
{MeeGo 1.2 Harmattan Applications: Ovi Store Entry Requirements}.
{MeeGo 1.2 Harmattan Applications: Nokia Store Entry Requirements}.
*/
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\o \l{Deploying Applications to Symbian Devices}
\o \l{Deploying Applications to Maemo or MeeGo Harmattan Devices}
\o \l{Publishing Maemo Applications to Extras-devel}
\o \l{Publishing Applications to Ovi Store}
\o \l{Publishing Applications to Nokia Store}
\o \l{Building with Remote Compiler}
\endlist
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\page creator-publish-ovi.html
\nextpage creator-publish-ovi-symbian.html
\title Publishing Applications to Ovi Store
\title Publishing Applications to Nokia Store
Ovi Store is the global content market of Nokia, which reaches millions of
people worldwide. Consumers can access Ovi Store through either of these
Nokia Store is the global content market of Nokia, which reaches millions of
people worldwide. Consumers can access Nokia Store through either of these
platforms:
\list
\o Ovi Store applications on mobile devices
\o Nokia Store applications on mobile devices
\o Web browsers on desktop computers, laptops, netbooks, and tablets
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Consumers have access to a wide selection of content and can download
content in a few easy clicks.
The process and requirements to publish Qt applications to Ovi Store are
The process and requirements to publish Qt applications to Nokia Store are
described in the
\l {http://www.developer.nokia.com/Community/Wiki/Guide_to_Publishing_Qt_Applications_to_the_Ovi_Store}
{Guide to Publishing Qt Applications to the Ovi Store} wiki.
{Guide to Publishing Qt Applications to the Nokia Store} wiki.
This section describes how to generate installation packages that you can
publish to Ovi Store.
publish to Nokia Store.
\if defined(qcmanual)
\list
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the development PC or to a mobile device.
\QC allows you to create installation packages for mobile devices that are
suitable for publishing on Ovi Store and other channels.
suitable for publishing to Nokia Store and other channels.
*/
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To run executable files without deploying them first, deselect the
\gui {Tools > Options > Project > Always deploy project before running it}
option. This allows you to test SIS files that you receive from Ovi
Publishing or Symbian Signed after you have them signed, for example.
option. This allows you to test SIS files that you receive from Nokia
Publish or Symbian Signed after you have them signed, for example.
For more information on the options you have, see
\l{Specifying Run Settings}.
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\o \l{Deploying Applications to Symbian Devices}
\o \l{Deploying Applications to Maemo or MeeGo Harmattan Devices}
\o \l{Publishing Maemo Applications to Extras-devel}
\o \l{Publishing Applications to Ovi Store}
\o \l{Publishing Applications to Nokia Store}
\list
\o \l{Publishing Qt Content for Symbian Devices}
\o \l{Publishing Qt Content for Maemo Devices}
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notifications and error messages.
To create a SIS package without copying it to the device (for example, to submit it
to \e {Application Signing Services for Ovi Store} or \e {Symbian Signed}),
to \e {Application Signing Services for Nokia Store} or \e {Symbian Signed}),
create a deploy configuration that contains only the
\gui {Create SIS Package} step.
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\l{Capabilities and Signing}{capabilities} of the mobile device.
\o Security warnings will be displayed when you install the self-signed
application on a mobile device.
\o Self-signed applications cannot be published to Ovi
\o Self-signed applications cannot be published to Nokia
Store.
\endlist
To get around these limitations, you need to go through the Symbian Signed
or Application Signing Services for Ovi Store. The Symbian Signed organisation
or Application Signing Services for Nokia Store. The Symbian Signed organisation
manages a public key
infrastructure to provide public authentication of the information in the
application signing certificates. Their security partner can validate your
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application, other people can be confident that the information in your
certificate is correct and that the application does actually come from you.
Application Signing Services for Ovi Store is a variant of the Symbian
Signed certification provided by Ovi
Publishing. It is limited to the Basic and System capability sets
(Express Signing). Participants can submit an unsigned SIS file to Ovi
Publishing for signing. For more information about how
Application Signing Services for Nokia Store is a variant of the Symbian
Signed certification provided by Nokia
Publish. It is limited to the Basic and System capability sets
(Express Signing). Participants can submit an unsigned SIS file to Nokia
Publish for signing. For more information about how
to participate, see
\l {http://www.developer.nokia.com/Community/Wiki/Guide_to_Publishing_Qt_Applications_to_the_Ovi_Store}{Guide to Publishing Qt Applications to the Ovi Store}.
\l {http://www.developer.nokia.com/Community/Wiki/Guide_to_Publishing_Qt_Applications_to_the_Ovi_Store}{Guide to Publishing Qt Applications to the Nokia Store}.
There are also options that do not require you to get a Publisher ID. For
more detail about how the Symbian Signed process works, see
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For this to work, the Nokia Smart Installer must be packaged with the Qt application. The
application SIS file must first be Symbian Signed or signed by the Application
Signing Services for Ovi Store. The capabilities used in the applications
Signing Services for Nokia Store. The capabilities used in the applications
determine, which signing option must be selected. The wrapper package must be signed using
either the same option or a more extensive option than the application SIS.
\note If you use the Application Signing Services for Ovi Store, you can submit an unsigned
wrapper package to Ovi Publishing. For more information, see
\l{Publishing Applications to Ovi Store}.
\note If you use the Application Signing Services for Nokia Store, you can submit an unsigned
wrapper package to Nokia Publish. For more information, see
\l{Publishing Applications to Nokia Store}.
You can either install the Nokia Smart Installer for Symbian as part of
the \QSDK, or download and install it from the
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\list
\o 0xA000D7CE for self-signed applications
\o 0x2002CCCF for Ovi Store or Symbian Signed packages
\o 0x2002CCCF for Nokia Store or Symbian Signed packages
\endlist
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\note Ensure that your application complies with the Symbian Signed
Test Criteria before submitting the file for certification. Also, if the file is
intended for Ovi Store publishing, verify that the application complies with Ovi
intended for Nokia Store publishing, verify that the application complies with Nokia
Store publishing requirements.
\o After receiving the .sis file from Symbian Signed, copy it over the old
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\QC automatically generates a wrapper package in the project folder.
\note Ensure that your application complies with the requirements before submitting
the file to Ovi Store.
the file to Nokia Store.
For more information about the qmake DEPLOYMENT variable, see
\l{http://doc.qt.nokia.com/4.7/qmake-variable-reference.html#deployment}{qmake Variable Reference}.
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at a time or as preallocated blocks on the \l{https://www.symbiansigned.com/app/page}{Symbian Signed}
web site.
If you use the Ovi Signed process, Ovi Publisher Support allocates the UID for you.
If you use the Nokia Signed process, Nokia Publisher Support allocates the UID for you.
Replace the testing UID with the distribution UID in the .pro file before you
build the final installation package. For more information, see
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\image qtcreator-remove-deploy-step.png "Removing deploy steps"
When you are ready to publish the application on Ovi Store or some other
When you are ready to publish the application to Nokia Store or some other
channel, you must make sure that the SIS file meets the requirements for
publishing and installing applications on Symbian devices. For more
information, see \l{Deploying Applications to Symbian Devices}.
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\title Publishing Qt Content for Symbian Devices
You can use the \e {Application Signing Services for Ovi Store} to get your
You can use the \e {Application Signing Services for Nokia Store} to get your
application Express Signed for free by Nokia. Make sure to use the
\l{Application UID}{application UID} that you receive from Ovi Publisher
\l{Application UID}{application UID} that you receive from Nokia Publisher
Support.
The \gui {Publish Qt Symbian Applications to Ovi Store} wizard allows you
to check that your application can be published on Ovi Store. It checks that
the application UID, vendor name, and the capabilities used meet the Ovi
Publishing criteria.
The \gui {Publish Qt Symbian Applications to Nokia Store} wizard allows you
to check that your application can be published to Nokia Store. It checks that
the application UID, vendor name, and the capabilities used meet the Nokia
Publish criteria.
If you use Symbian Signed UIDs or the application uses functions that
require advanced \l{Capabilities and Signing}{capabilities}, you must use
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\o Choose \gui {Build > Publish Project}.
\o Select \gui {Publish Qt Symbian Applications to Ovi Store}, and then
\o Select \gui {Publish Qt Symbian Applications to Nokia Store}, and then
select \gui {Start Wizard}.
\o Select the Qt version and device type to build against and click
\gui Next. We recommend that you select a release configuration.
\o The wizard checks the information in the project file against the
Ovi Publishing criteria and indicates possible problems. You can fix
Nokia Publish criteria and indicates possible problems. You can fix
some of the problems in the wizard.
\image qtcreator-publishing-wizard-symbian.png "Project File Checks dialog"
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\o Choose \gui {Open Containing Folder} to open the folder where the
.sis file was created.
\o Submit the created .sis file to Ovi Publishing as a Qt Content item.
\o Submit the created .sis file to Nokia Publish as a Qt Content item.
\note You cannot use this .sis file for testing.
\endlist
\note After you change the application UID, you must use the developer
certificate-key pair that you receive from Ovi Publisher Support for testing
certificate-key pair that you receive from Nokia Publisher Support for testing
the application on devices. The following error message is displayed on the
device if you use UIDs from the trusted range (0x2xxxxxxx) in a self-signed
application: \gui {Unable to install a trusted application from a trusted
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