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Kapsel Push notification using HCPMS with REST client, problem is to trigger notification on to the device

Hi all,

     i have developed a kapsel push notification cordova based app which is linked to my HCPms cockpit and i followed the below document to develop.

Getting Started with Kapsel - Part 4 -- Push


How to use Push Notifications with HANA Cloud Platform mobile services

App successfully registered with HCPms, and i could see the APP registred ID in cockpit : ed0f5105-2bc4-4xxxc5-axxx-bxxxxxxxxxxx, 

where the others requirements are as follows

API Key : AIzaSyAxxxXXXOo0OC0npExxx4XaD8tHCqvBQxx

Sender ID : 2982XXXXXXXX

Notification user  has been assinged in the HCPms.

Turned on push service in GCM.

APPCID : ed0f5105-2bc4-4xxxc5-axxx-bxxxxxxxxxxx.

Android.Manifest file has been configured correctly by adding required permissions and plugins

Now i am able to register and unregister from my HCPms cockpit but could able to send the push notification to my app on android device.

the below is the url i found to trigger the notifications on my HCPms.     - which is mentioned in my HCPMS

but when my device is registered i am got as'xxxxxx-0d9e-4a99-9859-xxxxxxxxxxx')

So what is the exact way to trgger the notification and did i missed any thing else.

I tried the above one and tried other ways to trigger using REST client but couldnt able to get succeed and i am getting "403 FORBIDDEN" error .

1. Install POSTMAN in your Google Chrome browser.

2. Start POSTMAN. Adding True Mobile Capabilities 12.6 © Rheinwerk Publishing, Boston 2015 49

3. Select Basic Auth.

4. Enter your SAP HCP user credentials.

5. Select Post as the HTTP Method to Execute.

6. Select the destination URL: This URL format is used to notify all users of the specified application. (Note: The synopsis of your SAP HCPms application definition shows a push URL, but it is not quite correct in the current release of SAP HCPms; replace /Notification with /restnotification as shown previously.)

7. Add a Content-Type HTTP header; set the value to application/json.

8. Select Raw and JSON for Content Type.

9. Add the following payload message text: {"alert":"Your latest meme is available for review", "data": "foo" }.

10. Click Send.

So can any one help me out what the exact way to trigger the notification to my registered device.

pls find the attached images to get clarification.

Former Member

Hi Saikiran,

Is it working now ?

You could have a look at this blog to get more details:


SAP Technology RIG

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