问题描述:

I'm new to all iOS push notification domain. I have tried a basic push notification using the following code and it works perfectly. I'm using "using JdSoft.Apple.Apns.Notifications;" to accomplish this. Here's the code:

Notification alertNotification = new Notification(testDeviceToken);

alertNotification.Payload.Alert.Body = "Hello World";

alertNotification.Payload.Sound = "default";

alertNotification.Payload.Badge = 1;

This gives the output to the iPhone in the following structure:

{

aps = {

alert = "Hello World";

badge = 1;

sound = default;

};

}

I have now got the requirement to add a custom tag as follows:

{

"aps": {

"alert": "Hello World",

"sound": "default",

"Person": {

"Address": "this is a test address",

"Name": "First Name",

"Number": "023232323233"

}

}

}

I find it difficult to get "Person" inside "aps". I also know that you can add a custom attribute using the following code:

alertNotification.Payload.AddCustom("Person", Newtonsoft.Json.JsonConvert.SerializeObject(stat));

But the above code does not add withing "aps" tag. Please tell me how it can be achieved?

网友答案:

You are not allowed to put custom tags inside aps tag. Here's what documentations says about it:

Providers can specify custom payload values outside the Apple-reserved aps namespace. Custom values must use the JSON structured and primitive types: dictionary (object), array, string, number, and Boolean.

So in your case you should do something like:

{
    "aps": {
        "alert": "Hello World",
        "sound": "default"
    },
    "Person": {
        "Address": "this is a test address",
        "Name": "First Name",
        "Number": "023232323233"
    }
}

Therefore you can read your custom payload with looking for it's key in main JSON, rather than in "aps":

NSLog(@"%@",notification['Person']['Address']);

Above will output:

this is a test address

You could find more about custom payloads, along with some examples in Apple docs.

Regards, HrisTo

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