[aerogear-dev] JavaSender questions and a few other bits

Mustafa Musaji mmusaji at redhat.com
Mon Aug 11 09:35:18 EDT 2014

Hi team

I can successfully send a UPS message from the console to my device. So I'm trying to play around with the JavaSender. Following the docs here [1], I wrote my standalone client, the main bit you can see here [2], which I had to change a little as the API has changed since [1] was written I guess.

Now, I use the same ApplicationID and masterSecret in the console and standalone client - however, with the standalone client I get a 401 response and the console works.

Aug 11, 2014 12:45:14 PM org.jboss.aerogear.unifiedpush.SenderClient submitPayload
INFO: HTTP Response code from UnifiedPush Server: 401

So why would it not be authorized? How can I find out what's happening?

Finally, this is a good point for me to ask perhaps how I can get some deeper level debug logging on the UPS to try and track down what might be happening in these sort of issues. I have TRACE level logging set up but all I see is FINE level logging such as  [org.jboss.aerogear.unifiedpush.message.sender.GCMPushNotificationSender].

Also, the WARN and INFO logs from resteasy and keycloak respectively are kind of a lot in the server.log. These seem to be internal to UPS so not sure if we need to raise an issue with KC/UPS to get rid of these or change them over to DEBUG level. There's a lot of them everytime to do something with the console and I'm not sure it's necessary.

So, when ever you have time to take a look at the above queries I'd be grateful.


[1] http://aerogear.org/docs/guides/GetStartedwithJavaSender/
[2] http://pastebin.com/7U667RDU
Mustafa Musaji
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