Thanks for your reply...
So supposing I've previously registered an iOS device using the
"rest/registry/device" api call..
And I'm pushing to that device from my
application (via aerogear of course).. but the associated token has been
found by aerogear to be inactive and removed from the database.. Should I
expect to receive an exception back in my MessageResponseCallback::OnError
One more wee thing: For test purposes, is it possible to register false
device tokens with aerogear, in order to test the above scenario?
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