Local Notificatio does not redirect to the app to excute

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20 Feb, 2016 04:22 PM

Me and my team have managed to get the local notification but clicking the notification does not direct it towards the sdk so it is not able to execute the action. Please help.

  1. 1 Posted by michal.gasztold on 23 Mar, 2016 04:15 PM

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    We are sorry for this very delayed answer.

    In general when auto user notifications are enabled the action will be performed only if any is defined (open web url, deep link, samsung wallet ). If none of the actions is defined for your rule in the BO , then simply nothing will automatically happen. Moreover if you want to handle a payload json of the rule it is available in the delegate method called ruleFiredForEvent at the moment of the rule being triggered (not when the user clicks the notification).

    You can also handle the event in a completely custom way. The flow is slightly different then so to get more details please read the following doc:

    Let us know if we can help more.

  2. 2 Posted by gautam on 01 Jul, 2016 02:06 PM

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    we have created a deeplink in our manifest file

    but its not working

    kind tell us where we have to define the deeplink url in our manager panel

  3. 3 Posted by michal.gasztold on 10 Aug, 2016 10:07 AM

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    All you have to do to use a deeplink type rule is to define the proper URL in your rule's Actions section (see the attached screenshot). There is no need to do anything in your apps manifest.

    This will work if you handle events in a default way on your app side which means that you do not call mBeaconManager.setEnableAutomaticUserNotificationSending(false); anywhere in the Ubudu SDK configuration.

    On the other hand, If you want to handle events in a custom way (you call the method mentioned above) you can handle deeplink in your UbuduAreaDelegate implementation as presented below:

    public void notifyUserForEvent(UbuduEvent event) {
        if (event instanceof UbuduBeaconRegionEvent)
            notifyUserForEvent((UbuduBeaconRegionEvent) event);
    public boolean notifyUserForEvent(final UbuduBeaconRegionEvent event) {
            if(event.notification().deepLinkUrl()!=null && !event.notification().deepLinkUrl().equals("")) {
                Intent intent = new Intent(Intent.ACTION_VIEW, Uri.parse(event.notification().deepLinkUrl()));
                PackageManager packageManager = mContext.getPackageManager();
                List<ResolveInfo> activities = packageManager.queryIntentActivities(intent, PackageManager.MATCH_DEFAULT_ONLY);
                boolean isIntentSafe = activities.size() > 0;
                if (isIntentSafe == true) {
                } else {
                    com.ubudu.sdk.util.Log.w(TAG,"There is no app installed for handling this deep link");

    i hope this will help.

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