I have been successfully publishing my Maui app to the Google Play Store. However, something changed recently (I’m assuming it was moving to RC1) and now when I try to publish I get the message “Only releases with status draft may be created on draft app.”. I don’t think I’m doing anything differently – I’m still just publishing to “Internal”. Is there a new way to mark an app as “draft”?
On a related subject, I notice a significant overlap between what’s in the “AndroidManifest.xml” and the entries in the “csproj” file (e.g. “AndroidManifestApplicationPackageName” == “package”, “AndroidManifestApplicationVersionNumber” == “android:versionCode”, “AndroidManifestApplicationVersionName” == “android:versionName”). Which is the “correct” place to put these entries, or do we need to keep both up-to-date? Is there any publicly available guidance on this?
Thanks in advance!
P.S. I am able to upload the package manually and create a new release just fine.
However this platform is used for how-to discussions and sharing best practices for building any app with .NET.Since your issue is a technical question, welcome to post it in Microsoft Q&A forum, the support team and communities on Microsoft Q&A will help you for any technical questions. Besides, it will be appreciated if you can share it here once you post this technical question Microsoft Q&A. Best Regards, Lan Huang