[Aerogear-users] Need help to set-up java-mpns with java web application

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[Aerogear-users] Need help to set-up java-mpns with java web application

Dharmendra Sahu
Hello,

I have gone through your api and server and I want to use in my application.
I have created windows mobile application.
I want to use java-mpns api for push notification.
I want to send push notification message from my java web-application to AeroGear UnifiedPush Server and Unified server to my windows mobile application.

OR

I would like to know if we could send push notification from my java web application to my windows mobile application.

Thanks for your support and help.

Thanks
Dharmendra Sahu


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Re: [Aerogear-users] Need help to set-up java-mpns with java web application

jeff01
To the best of my knowledge, you can send push notifications to your app with a Java or .net client using AeroGear's sender api, but not directly. It has to be through Windows Push Notofication Network.
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Re: [Aerogear-users] Need help to set-up java-mpns with java web application

Erik Jan de Wit
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Hi Dharmendra,

So in the first case:
Install the aerogear-windows-push nuget package in your windows mobile app:

PM> Install-Package aerogear-windows-push

Install UPS and create an application and a mpns varaint then add the following to your windows app:

protected override void OnNavigatedTo(NavigationEventArgs e)
{
    PushConfig pushConfig = new PushConfig() {
        UnifiedPushUri = new Uri(""), VariantId = "", VariantSecret = ""
    }; //[1]
    Registration registration = new MpnsRegistration();      
    registration.PushReceivedEvent += HandleNotification;
    registration.Register(pushConfig);
}

void HandleNotification(object sender, PushReceivedEvent e)
{
    Debug.WriteLine(e.Args.Message);
}

Fill out [1] with the location of your UPS and the id and secret from your Mpns variant

If you have done that correctly you'll see a installation on the UPS console. Now you can use the Java Sender to send a message to UPS that will in turn send it to your device.

PushSender defaultPushSender = DefaultPushSender.withRootServerURL("http://localhost:8080/ag-push")
                .pushApplicationId("c7fc6525-5506-4ca9-9cf1-55cc261ddb9c")
                .masterSecret("8b2f43a9-23c8-44fe-bee9-d6b0af9e316b")
                .build();
See:

Other case without UPS

Register your app with Mpns yourself have a look at the source code of the aerogear-windows-push to see how to register:

            const string channelName = "ToastChannel";

            var channel = HttpNotificationChannel.Find(channelName) ?? new HttpNotificationChannel(channelName);

            var tcs = new TaskCompletionSource<string>();
            channel.ChannelUriUpdated += (s, e) => { tcs.TrySetResult(e.ChannelUri.ToString()); };
            channel.ErrorOccurred += (s, e) => { tcs.TrySetException(new Exception(e.Message)); };

            channel.ShellToastNotificationReceived += PushChannel_ShellToastNotificationReceived;

            channel.Open();
            channel.BindToShellToast();
            return await tcs.Task;

Use java-mpns in your app directly to send a message to the device:

  1. MpnsService service = MPNS.newService().build();
  2. MpnsMessage notification = MPNS.newMessage()
        .tile().count(2).title("Tile message")
        .build();
    String subscriptionUri = "https://..../" //need to get this from the device
    service.push(subscriptionUri, notification);
Downside to this approach is that when you have other clients like android or ios then you'll need to manage the dispatching yourself that is where UPS is handy and you need a way to get the subscriptionUri from the device to your java backend.


On Tue, Nov 10, 2015 at 2:08 PM, Dharmendra Sahu <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hello,

I have gone through your api and server and I want to use in my application.
I have created windows mobile application.
I want to use java-mpns api for push notification.
I want to send push notification message from my java web-application to AeroGear UnifiedPush Server and Unified server to my windows mobile application.

OR

I would like to know if we could send push notification from my java web application to my windows mobile application.

Thanks for your support and help.

Thanks
Dharmendra Sahu


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