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"value": "Unknown push target type" while sending PUSH Notification from REST client

Hi experts,

We configured appid in SMP3 SP07. Configured Kapsel PUSH plugin and followed exactly the steps in Getting Started with Kapsel - Part 4 -- Push

When we sent PUSH notification from REST client we received :

{

"status": {

"value": "OK",

"code": 0

},

"results": [

{

"status": {

"value": "Unknown push target type",

"code": 2

},

"registrationId": "74ad6f0c-b10c-4a34-825e-a82ac04dac17"

}

]

}

May we know what Unknown push target type and code:2 means?

Best Regards,

Affaan

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    Posted on Jun 03, 2015 at 10:55 AM

    Issue solved. Device was not registered properly. We unregistered and then registered the device and received the notification on device.

    Best Regards,

    Affaan

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      You are using Native way of registering device. In our case, we were facing this issue with Kapsel PUSH plugins and as soon as device was registered successfully it received notification. I am not sure what could be reason in your case.

      However, make sure that device token is not expired or has become invalid. I would like to invite others in providing you their feedback in terms of how this works in case of native app.

      Regards,

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    Posted on Feb 16, 2016 at 08:36 AM

    Make sure you save the APNS.p12 certificate to "application->push", then re-register the device with SMP3.0 should work fine.

    Regards

    Choong

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