Trying to get Push Notifications working on your iPhone app?

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I had some issues a long time ago with getting Push Notifications enabled on an iPhone app that I was writing.  Eventually I got them working after a bunch of trial and error, but I never figured out what the underlying cause was.  Last night, while trying to get them working again, I figured out what the issue was.  You *must* generate both a production and development certificate for the Push Notification service in order for the proper aps-environment string to end up in your provisioning profile.  If you don't, it'll never work.  Hope that this is useful to some Googler out there.  Knowing this about a year ago would've saved me about a month of repeatedly uploading our app to Apple, getting it approved and finding out that Push Notifications still didn't work.

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