Hi, I a new AeroGear unified push notification user. I am trying to create a simple push notification from a WebSphere java application.
I have created a couple of push notification classes to test (below) and both version I get the error:
SenderClient E Send did not succeed: java.lang.ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException: Array index out of range: 64
I have the following jars for this application.
Any direction how to resolve this would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance.
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I'm interested on the Roadmap for the next development iteration 4.1.0.
¿Is there a plan about features that want to be supported?
I'm specially interested on Google Firebase, Microsoft Notification Hub
and other connectors. But also in performance metrics.
Hello, I have developed a Java main app, using Java sender API, including
dependencies to my project and everything works fine.
I would like to know if there is a way to call NotificationRouter EJB from a
Java EE environment (in order to avoid request via REST endpoint).
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We are interested in using Unified Push under EAP7. It appears from my
experimentation that EAP 7 is supported only under 1.2 (not 1.13). So, I
am wondering if there is a time line when you expect to have 1.2 in a
Also, has anyone tried using Unified Push with an Oracle database? We'd
like to know if there is a lot of effort to use Oracle instead of MySQL.
I'm not familiar with keycloak, so I'm wondering if the keycloak database
is the standard keycloak distribution, or are there tables or
modifications specific to Unified Push?
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Hello community members!
we are wondering, what can we make to have the setup of Push more
Sure, we can't do too much on the 3rd party factors (APNS/FCM), but perhaps
there is something that we could try to implmement.
Happy to hear your story / pain points :)