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I want to invite someone as team member to the iOS developer program. I tried Invite Person and Bulk Invite but the Send Invitation button has always

<a id="submitBtn" class="button right " onclick="return(false);"><span>Send Invitation</span></a>

Everything has been filled out but I cannot send the invitation. What is the problem here?

It is the same problem as described here. Haven't received a response from Apple yet ...

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When you fill the invitation form, you must specify both iOS Developer Program and Safari Developer Program access type. So if you forget to set Safari Developer Program to "No access" for instance, the button "Send Invitation" stays disabled.

  • Hmmm, currently I'm not enrolled in the Safari Developer Program. The solution I took was to use another e-mail address. One of the reason could be that I already had an account associated with that e-mail address. Or the name of the e-mail address was too long so that the regex failed. Don't know. But thanks for your input. I'll give it a try the next time. – testing Nov 12 '14 at 12:06
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Select No Access on Safari Developer Program. You must select an option for Safari Developer Program even if it doesn't matter to you.

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The solution I took was to use another e-mail address. One of the reason could be that I already had an account associated with that e-mail address. Or the name of the e-mail address was too long so that the regex failed. Don't know.

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