[Aerogear-users] what is the good way to delete an alias, entry in aerogear unified push servers
yves.nicolas at dynamease.com
Mon Apr 18 03:34:08 EDT 2016
looks good, will try the aerogear push helper from mfischelmayer.
Was actually aware for the Android one, looking for the equivalent in Apple.
Definitely agree with you regarding the difference, it makes sense for
the App to keep being registered at the APN level (user doesnt need to
authorize the remote notifications again) but we want the user to be
unregistered from the server, although this is not a high priority use case.
Le 18/04/2016 09:27, Matthias Wessendorf a écrit :
> Hi Yves,
> On Mon, Apr 18, 2016 at 9:15 AM, Yves Nicolas
> <yves.nicolas at dynamease.com <mailto:yves.nicolas at dynamease.com>> wrote:
> API deletion is ok. Use case for deletion by Alias : Java written
> backoffice doesnt know about device tokens, we want to be able to
> deregister users from the backoffice. API management, or from the java
> library. our other use case for unregistration are from the devices
> themselves, they know about the token. We can manage with the Rest
> Or, you can use this nice library that a different AeroGear user created!
> is there a plan to include the unregistration inside the android
> and IOS
> there is this method:
> which does both:
> * 'unregister' from the GCM service, as well as from the UPS.
> Perhaps that's something you can leverage ?
> On iOS, we don't have this, because Apple does not recommend to have
> users manually unregister from push on the app. Their preferred way is
> disabling push on the global setting.
> However, I think it's arguable that unregistering from UPS, for an
> app, is not equals to completely unregister from APNs, for the same
> app. Worth to explore this on a different thread :-)
> Thxs Message: 3 Date: Fri, 15 Apr 2016 19:18:47 +0200 From:
> Matthias Wessendorf <matzew at apache.org <mailto:matzew at apache.org>>
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> what's the use-case - perhaps we can improve our story? On Fri,
> Apr 15,
> 2016 at 6:09 PM, Yves Nicolas <yves.nicolas at dynamease.com
> <mailto:yves.nicolas at dynamease.com>> wrote:
> > The user interface enable to uncheck the alias so that it doesn't
> > receive notification anymore but what is the good way to delete the
> > alias/device token from the aerogear database?
> > Thanks
> > Yves
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