Troubleshoot packaging, publishing, and deployment errors

applies to both windows and phone

One or more errors or warnings might appear when you build, package, or deploy your app. The following table lists the errors and warnings about which you can find more information in the documentation. For information about additional errors, see Troubleshooting packaging, deployment, and query of Store apps.

Category

ID

Message

Content applies only to Windows

Signing and certificate errors

APPX0107

The certificate specified isn't valid for signing. For more information about valid certificates, see Signing a package.

Content applies only to Windows

Signing and certificate errors

APPX0108

The certificate specified has expired. For more information about how to renew a certificate, see Signing a Package.

applies to both windows and phone

Package validation errors

APPX1606

All languages specified in the Language attribute of the Resource element in the app manifest must be supported by the Store. The value of the Resource element is comprised of the value from the Default Language field in the App Manifest Designer and a generated the list of languages based on localized resources in the project. The list app languages is available at Package details – App languages.

applies to both windows and phone

Package validation errors

APPX1610

The app manifest must include at least one app certification language in the Language attribute of the Resource element. The value of the Resource element is comprised of the value from the Default Language field in the App Manifest Designer and a generated list of languages based on localized resources in the project. The list of app certification languages is available at Package details – App languages.

applies to both windows and phone

Developer license errors

DEP0100

You must have a valid developer license in order to build and debug Windows Store apps in Visual Studio. For more information, see Get a developer license (Windows Store apps).

applies to both windows and phone

Registration errors

DEP0700

Possible causes of this error include:

  • The default resource language in the manifest specifies an unsupported language.

  • The platform that the project targets is not compatible with the platform that the device targets. For example, a project targeting x64 is incompatible with an x86 device.

  • Third-party filter drivers.

For more information, see Generating the package manifest (Store apps) and How to create a basic package manifest (manually).

If no more troubleshooting information is available, you can perform one of the following tasks on the Microsoft website:

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