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I have no desire to have a personal Facebook account, I do have one but it has been deactivated for awhile. A client of mine would like me to port over a few web apps to Facebook that are hosted on his domain, and it looks like I am unable to with my business account which makes absolutely no sense to me seeing as it is for a software development company that I own and operate.

If I were to temporarily activate my personal Facebook account to create a few apps, will they still be available in the marketplace, I believe it's called "App Central", if I then later deactivate the account used to create them?

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You can not deactivate the account if you created the application. You'll get a message:

Unable to deactivate your account because you are the only developer of a Platform application

If you want to deactivate the account, you will have to delete your app.

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Ok cool thanks, good to know. –  dcd018 Apr 3 '13 at 4:01

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