[Aerogear-users] Registering and unregistering from Simple Push and Unified Push
matzew at apache.org
Wed Jul 1 04:23:35 EDT 2015
one note, we recently removed SimplePush from our Openshift Push cartridge,
but more inline
On Wed, Jul 1, 2015 at 9:31 AM, Sebastien Blanc <scm.blanc at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Tue, Jun 30, 2015 at 7:30 PM, mo <michi.oshima at gmail.com> wrote:
>> We use OpenShift AeroGear Push Server Cartridge
>> <https://github.com/aerogear/openshift-origin-cartridge-aerogear-push> .
>> I've decided to register with simple-push and unified-push every time the
>> user logs into our application. Also to unregister from both unified-push
>> and simple-push when they log out or browser closes. Is this a good idea
>> bad idea?
> Any reasons you are doing it this way ? AeroGear's SPS JS implementation
> will keep a mapping SPS <-> UPS in your localStorage, so when you register
> again it will use this instead of creating a new installation.
Sebi, Is that really the case? is it really stored? and a reconnect works?
One big issue w/ SimplePush is, there is no notion of getting an ACK about
if the channel is gone or not.
Our server returns 200 for each PUT:
However, I recently noticed, that (regardless of the SimplePush Spec), the
deployed MOZ server (wss://push.services.mozilla.com) has a different
200 -> OK (channel is active/registered/online)
202 -> Accept (chanel is known, but not yet online - scheduled for later
401/405 -> "errors" IMO sent when the PUT URL is invalid
I think perhaps we need to revisit this in our Server impl.
By registering/unregistering each time you will "pollute" the installation
> table in UPS.
unregister will enure bogus installations (w/ eventually outdated channels)
are no longer in the DB.
simplepush is a bit different here - yes :-)
>> Also, I've always wondered about the following comment in a sample code:
>> "if it is the first registration, need to register the 'pushEndpoint' with
>> the UnifiedPush server."
> Once a SPS endpoint has been received it needs to register with the UPS
> except when it has already be done (see previous comment)
>> Can somebody explain what is meant by the comment? For example, what
>> count as a registration that's not the first?
>> Thank you.
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