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

Stefan Miklosovic smikloso at redhat.com
Mon Aug 11 09:42:01 EDT 2014


maybe it is unrelated and you already have it like that, but do you have the latest version 
of sender? It aerogear docs you have linked, Maven dependency is of version 0.6.0 but there 
is 0.8.0 in central already. Try to upgrade that version first. Sorry for noise if you have 
already done that.

Stefan Miklosovic
Red Hat Brno - JBoss Mobile Platform

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----- Original Message -----
> 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.
> Regards
> Mus
> [1] http://aerogear.org/docs/guides/GetStartedwithJavaSender/
> [2] http://pastebin.com/7U667RDU
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