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Error sending Push-Notification to Android devices via REST API

Dec 04, 2017 at 03:02 PM

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Hi,

we use the SCP-Service „Development and Operations“ to send Push-Notifications via REST API. Everything worked fine, we were able to send notifications to iOs and Android devices, but today Android Push-Notifications stopped working with the following warning:

„Cannot hand-off a notification to GCM due a wrong configuration in the application com.sap.fiori.client. Please check the GCMs Sender ID and API_KEY configuration for the application {0}“

Is there any possible way to update the GCM API_KEY or is this caused by an expired licence?

I am grateful for every suggestion …

Best regards

Tim

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Richard Zhao
Dec 12, 2017 at 05:27 AM
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Hello, Tim. I suggest that you check your Google message Google Cloud Messaging configuration first if everything is correct. You could update GCM API_KEY on HCPms Administration page.

To go to HCPms Administration page (https://hcpmsadmin-<your_trial_account>.dispatcher.hanatrial.ondemand.com). Replace the string “<your_trial_account>” with your HCP Trial Landscape account.

You could refer to the link below to check the details.

https://blogs.sap.com/2016/05/25/how-to-use-push-notifications-with-ios-and-android-hybrid-applications-part-3/

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