It seems that the xxx.opf file in the publication preview is containing the versioning info.
Please try this.
The xxx.opf file in filename.epub must have a line which looks like
Remove that line, save the file, rebuild the package and deliver.
Mohammad Shah Nawaz
Hi Mohammad. Thank you for the answer.
Sorry but i don't have "filename.epub" or OPF.
I have only 1 origin file "namebook.iba", created with IBOOK AUTHOR;
1 file "namebook.ibooks" extracted from the program IBOOK AUTHOR;
I open Itunes producer and i do the procedure to load the file "namebook.ibooks" in itunes producer.
Where is this LINE? : <meta property="ibooks:version">3.0</meta>
Currently Being ModeratedJan 5, 2013 12:01 PM (in response to StefanoDelBrocco)
Ohh I see. I thought that you are getting this error in an epub. Nevermind. You can try following steps when exporting a preview of the book.
- With the book open, choose Share > Export, and click iBooks.
- Choose Standard Book for iBooks from the Export As pop-up menu.
- If you want, type a book version number in the Version Number field.
- (DON'T put any version number here. I think this is causing the problem)
- Click Next.
- Type a name for the book, choose a place to save it, and click Export.
Currently Being ModeratedJan 5, 2013 12:25 PM (in response to StefanoDelBrocco)
It took my book to go live within 3 days after it got successfully imported by Apple. Did you check whether Apple successfully imported your uploaded book? You can check it by going in iTunes Producer, Window > Lookup Status ... then enter Vendor Id/ISBN... and make sure that it says "Imported"
Good Luck with the Book
Thank you for your answer. Now i’m looking that my book is online in itunes connect.
You can download it:
But i’m reading that my book is available for download on iPad with iBooks or on computer with iTunes. I have ibooks application in my iphone. Can i download it?