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How to read the notifications sent to deliveryaddress

Hi All,

Please some guide me how can I read the notifications posted to delivery address, I could able to send notifications and followed below link

Pushing Notifications Made Easy!!! : Push a Notification

Notification are successfully posted to delivery address, now my requirement is to read these notifications and alert on users mobile phones.

It would be great if some one help me to achieve this

thanks

Rajesh

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    Posted on Dec 16, 2014 at 02:23 PM

    Hi Rajesh,

    In order to send the notification on user's mobile phone, you would need SMP.

    I think this document could be useful. How To... Enable End-to-End Push Notifications using SAP Mobile Platform

    Regards,

    Ekansh

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      Hi Eknash,

      In my case I am not looking with SMP, in my infrastructure we can't include SMP ....I am much intrested to use non-SAP technologies for the mobile push notifications using SAP GW notifications

      SAP, meet the Apple Push Notification Service.

      and question I posted is resolved, to read the notifications sent using ABAP below is the code

      CALL METHOD SERVER->REQUEST->GET_CDATA

      receiving

      DATA = TEXT_BUFFER " Character data

      .

      and It can be possible when we use a ABAP class as a http listener(as we mentioned in other post).

      Thanks

      Rajesh

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