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SUP101 Native iOS app - Synchronisation failed

Hi ,

I am using unwired server to connect my native iOS application with sap. i get the connection successful but at the time of synchronisation I am getting following error.

[ERROR] [SubscribeController.m:72] SUPPersistenceException: Sync failed: -1305 (MOBILINK_COMMUNICATIONS_ERROR) %1:63 %2: %3:2;Parameter 1:63;Parameter 2:;Parameter 3:2

Can any one please help me on this , I am new in SUP development and trying to resolve the error since long time.

Thank you in advance.

Sandip.

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  • Posted on Jan 06, 2014 at 11:35 AM

    Hi Sandip,

    check below things:

    1. Make sure package name should match the application identifier

    e.g. If you have deployed your app using the package name SUP101 in SCC, then you should use

    SUPApplication *app = [SUPApplication getInstance];

    app.applicationIdentifier = @"SUP101";

    2. Also make sure you have called setApplication on the generated xxxxDB class.

    [SUP101SUP101DB setApplication:app]

    Rgrds,

    Jitendra

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  • Posted on Jan 06, 2014 at 11:37 AM

    If nothing works

    You can try this also:

    1. delete MBO package from SCC under packages and delete the app template also.

    2. Re deploy mbo package..

    3. Regenerate the code and create a new user in scc and then try.

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