@robertfriberg_twitter hi, I noticed about that folder few months ago and I could not find which service is generating these certificates. Thanks for information. Btw is there any way to cleanup or prevent generating of these files?
@blckhm_twitter We're using dependency injection and the cert was loaded in the constructor of a service class. I redesigned and made the service a singleton so now there is only one file created per process, so not really a problem for us anymore. The ApnsConfiguration class has constructor overloads where you can pass a certificate object instead of the path to the cert:
Hello There , I'am using PushSharp v4.0 to send push notifications to Android and Ios users , In Android it works well , But In Ios when I use APNS , I got the following error (ssl stream failed to authenticate as client) , pls help , I 'am stuck in this problems 3 days ubtill now , pls help.
guys i am getting following error after upgrade 4
System.Net.WebException: The underlying connection was closed: Could not establish trust relationship for the SSL/TLS secure channel. ---> System.Security.Authentication.AuthenticationException: The remote certificate is invalid according to the validation procedure.
I am using PUSHSharp library in .net application to send notification from my application to Apple device.
It's working fine on Local server but not working on my Window Hosting
I am using shared hosting and TCP IP 2195 and 2196 are closed by hosting provider, Is this issue?
Apple Notification Failed: ID=Apns notification error: 'ConnectionError', Code=System.ComponentModel.Win32Exception (0x80004005): The client and server cannot communicate, because they do
Here is an error on server
Hello, since Apple is sunsetting the binary protocol I have to migrate our APNS implementation to HTTP. In the source tree (github) its pretty clear that the Apple namespace contains implementation of the HTTP APNS protocol. However in after adding the library from nuget i cant see these classes at all (PushSharp 4.0.10). The classes im refering to are (for example) ApnsHttp2Connection.cs. Am I missing something vital here? Best//Marcus
Hello, I have the exact same issue as @marcus_falck_twitter . Is there support for the HTTP APNS protocol?
As we are informed that on 31/3/21 Apple will deprecate the binary APNS protocol , Can we still use Push sharp to send notification on ios