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Posts: 235
Registered: ‎11-08-2010
My Device: Not Specified

Java Class for Pushing (low level)

I thought I would post some code to show how I use the Push SDK low level JARs to push content. Other than List and ArrayList the rest of the classes are all from the SDK:

 

IdGenerator idGenerator = new IdGeneratorImpl();

List<String> addresses = new ArrayList<String>();

addresses.add("<put device PIN here>");

 

PushMessageControl pushMessageControl = new PushMessageControl(idGenerator,

pushAppId, addresses);

Content papContent = new TextContent("Information I want to push here");

 

PushResponse response = papService.push(pushAppId, password, pushAppId, pushMessageControl, papContent);

 

 

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Posts: 235
Registered: ‎11-08-2010
My Device: Not Specified

Re: Java Class for Pushing (low level)

IdGenerator idGenerator = new IdGeneratorImpl();

List<String> addresses = new ArrayList<String>();

addresses.add("<put device PIN here>");

 

PushMessageControl pushMessageControl = new PushMessageControl(idGenerator,

pushAppId, addresses);

Content papContent = new TextContent("Information I want to push here");

 

PapService papService = PapBeanLocator.getPapService();

PushResponse response = papService.push(pushAppId, password, pushAppId, pushMessageControl, papContent);