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Uploading a push notifications certificate

By uploading a push notifications certificate to an iOS certificate set in App Studio , you can use the certificate set for a mobile app that you are configuring, so that push notifications are enabled in the mobile app.

Before doing the steps in the following procedure, you must already have generated a .p12 file containing a single private key and a single public APNs certificate.
  1. Open an existing iOS certificate set.

    For more information, see Opening an existing iOS certificate set.
  2. From the Mobile Provisioning file list, click a provisioning profile that supports push notifications. Otherwise, the Push Notification Certificate list is not visible.

  3. Click New that is located next to the Push Notification Certificate list.

  4. Click Browse, and select an APNs certificate file from your directory that contains a single private key.

  5. In the Certificate name field, enter the name for the push notifications certificate. The name cannot include underscore ( _ ), hyphen (-), or period (.) characters.

  6. In the Encryption password field, enter the encryption password for the push notifications certificate.

  7. Click OK.

  8. Click Submit.

  • Push notifications in a mobile app for iOS

    To configure and enable push notifications for iOS apps, use the Apple Developer Portal to create and obtain mobile provisioning and push notifications (APNs) certificate files.

  • iOS certificate set

    A certificate set defines certain parameters of the mobile app for iOS that you are creating.

  • Creating an iOS certificate set

    To build a mobile app for the iOS platform, you must create a certificate set in the App Studio .

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