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Huawei Channel v5 Integration

Last updated: 2022-05-09 14:20:37

    Overview

    TPNS always keeps up with the update progress of each vendor channel's push service. It provides plugin dependency packages integrated with the HMS Core Push SDK of Huawei Push for your choice.

    Note:

    • For Huawei Push, you can successfully register with the Huawei channel and push messages through it only in a signed release package environment.
    • The Huawei channel supports click callback but not arrival callback.

    Application Configuration on Huawei Push Platform

    Obtaining a key

    1. Go to the Huawei Developer Platform.
    2. Register a developer account and log in to the platform. For more information, see Account Registration and Verification. If you are registering a new account, identity verification is required.
    3. Create an application on the Huawei Push platform. For more information, see Creating an App. The application package name must be the same as that entered in the TPNS console.
    4. Get and copy the application's AppID and AppSecret and paste them into TPNS console > Configuration Management > Basic Configuration > Huawei Official Push Channel.
    Note:

    If you cannot find SecretKey in App information > My apps, go to Project settings > General information to view Client secret.

    Configuring the SHA-256 certificate fingerprint

    Get the SHA-256 certificate fingerprint as instructed in Generating a Signing Certificate Fingerprint. Then configure the fingerprint on the Huawei Push platform, and remember to click to save the configuration.

    Getting the Huawei Push configuration file

    Log in to the Huawei Developer platform, go to My Projects > select a project > Project Settings, and download the latest configuration file agconnect-services.json of your Huawei application.

    Enabling the push service

    1. On the Huawei Push platform, choose All services > Push Kit to go to the Push Kit page.
    2. On the Push Kit page, click Enable now. For more information, see Enabling Services.

    SDK Integration (Two Methods)

    Using Android Studio Gradle for automatic integration

    1. In the build.gradle file in the Android project-level directory, add the Huawei repository address and HMS Gradle plugin dependencies under repositories and dependencies in buildscript, respectively:

      buildscript {
      repositories {
          google()
          maven {url 'https://developer.huawei.com/repo/'}     // Huawei Maven repository address
      }
      dependencies {
          // Other `classpath` configurations
          classpath 'com.huawei.agconnect:agcp:1.6.0.300'     // Gradle plugin dependencies of Huawei Push
      }
      }
      
    2. In the build.gradle file in the Android project-level directory, add the Huawei dependency repository address under repositories in allprojects:

      allprojects {
      repositories {
          google()
          maven {url 'https://developer.huawei.com/repo/'}     // Huawei Maven repository address
      }
      }
      
    3. Copy the application configuration file agconnect-services.json obtained from the Huawei Push platform to the app module directory (not the submodule).

    4. Add the following configuration to the build.gradle file at its beginning in the app module (not the submodule build.gradle):

      // Other Gradle plugins of application
      apply plugin: 'com.huawei.agconnect'      // HMS Push SDK Gradle plugin
      android {
      // Application configuration content
      }
      
    5. Import the dependencies related to Huawei Push into the build.gradle file under the app module:

      dependencies {
       // ...Other dependencies of the program
       implementation 'com.tencent.tpns:huawei:[VERSION]-release'      //  For Huawei pushes, [VERSION] is the SDK's latest version number, which can be obtained from the release notes of SDK for Android.
       implementation 'com.huawei.hms:push:6.3.0.302'       // HMS Core Push module dependency package
       }
      
    Note:

    • For Huawei Push, hms:push depends on the preset <queries> tag compatible with Android 11 since v6.1.300. Please upgrade Android Studio to v3.6.1 or above and the Android Gradle plugin to v3.5.4 or above. Otherwise, errors may occur during project builds.
    • For Huawei pushes, [VERSION] is the SDK's latest version number, which can be obtained from the release notes of SDK for Android.
    • Starting from v1.2.1.3, TPNS SDK for Android officially supports Huawei Push v5. Please use TPNS Huawei dependency v1.2.1.3 or above to avoid integration conflicts.

    Using Android Studio for manual integration

    If you cannot access Huawei Maven repository in your internal development environment, you can try the following manual integration method:

    1. Download the SDK installation package.

    2. Open the Other-Push-jar folder and import the dependent packages related to Huawei Push v5 by copying all JAR and AAR packages into the project.

    3. In the build.gradle file in the Android project-level directory, add HMS Gradle plugin dependencies under dependencies in buildscript:

      buildscript {
      repositories {
          google()
          jcenter()
      }
      dependencies {
          // Other `classpath` configurations
          classpath files('app/libs/agcp-1.4.1.300.jar')     // Gradle plugin dependencies of Huawei Push
      }
      }
      
    4. Copy the application configuration file agconnect-services.json obtained from the Huawei Push platform to the app module directory.

    5. Add the following configuration to the build.gradle file at its beginning in the app module:

      // Other Gradle plugins of application
      apply plugin: 'com.huawei.agconnect'      // HMS Push SDK v4 Gradle plugin
      android {
      // Application configuration content
      }
      
    6. Import the dependencies related to Huawei Push into the build.gradle file under the app module:

      dependencies {
          // ...Other dependencies of the program
          implementation files('libs/tpns-huaweiv5-1.2.1.1.jar')      // TPNS plugin for HMS Core
          implementation fileTree(include: ['*.aar'], dir: 'libs')    // HMS Core Push module dependent package
      }
      
    7. Add the following components between the <application> and </application> tags in the manifest file:

      <application>
          <service
              android:name="com.huawei.android.hms.tpns.HWHmsMessageService"
              android:exported="false">
              <intent-filter>
                  <action android:name="com.huawei.push.action.MESSAGING_EVENT" />
              </intent-filter>
          </service>
      </application>
      

    Huawei Push Activation

    Enable the third-party push API before calling TPNS registration API XGPushManager.registerPush:

    // Enable third-party push
    XGPushConfig.enableOtherPush(getApplicationContext(), true);
    

    The log of successful registration is as follows:

    V/TPush: [XGPushConfig] isUsedOtherPush:true
    E/xg.vip: get otherpush errcode: errCode : 0 , errMsg : success
    V/TPush: [XGPushConfig] isUsedOtherPush:true
    I/TPush: [OtherPushClient] handleUpdateToken other push token is : IQAAAACy0PsqAADxfCrWG3kupbOraeAiYoo9n2B-bAfb2d--kctc8E_UnY_mrIdg9ionukZvC******dVD8GlJi_5-0rpskunnNMcat35HA other push type: huawei
    

    Code Obfuscation

    1. Add the following obfuscation rules in the proguard-rules.pro file at the application project level.
      -ignorewarnings
      -keepattributes *Annotation* 
      -keepattributes Exceptions 
      -keepattributes InnerClasses 
      -keepattributes Signature 
      -keepattributes SourceFile,LineNumberTable 
      -keep class com.hianalytics.android.**{*;} 
      -keep class com.huawei.updatesdk.**{*;} 
      -keep class com.huawei.hms.**{*;}
      -keep class com.huawei.agconnect.**{*;}
      
      
    1. If the application uses the plug-in AndResGuard, add the following in the configuration allowlist of AndResGuard. Omit this step if AndResGuard is not used.
      whiteList = [
      "R.string.hms*",
      "R.string.connect_server_fail_prompt_toast",
      "R.string.getting_message_fail_prompt_toast",
      "R.string.no_available_network_prompt_toast",
      "R.string.third_app_*",
      "R.string.upsdk_*",
      "R.layout.hms*",
      "R.layout.upsdk_*",
      "R.drawable.upsdk*",
      "R.color.upsdk*",
      "R.dimen.upsdk*",
      "R.style.upsdk*",
      "R.string.agc*"
      ]
      
    Note:

    For more obfuscation rules, see Configuring Obfuscation Scripts

    Advanced Configuration (Optional)

    Configuring arrival receipt for Huawei channel

    The arrival receipt for the Huawei channel should be configured by yourself. After configuring this feature as instructed in Acquisition of Vendor Channel Arrival Receipt, you can view the arrival data for the Huawei push channel in the push records.

    Badge adaptation for Huawei devices

    You can set the application badge on Huawei devices after applying for the application badge setting permission and setting the application start class. For more information, see Badge Adaption Guide.

    Troubleshooting

    Querying Huawei Push registration error codes

    The Huawei Push service has strict requirements on integration configuration. If you observe logs similar to the following, it indicates that registration with the Huawei channel fails. In that case, you can use the following method to get the Huawei Push registration error code.

    [OtherPushClient] handleUpdateToken other push token is :  other push type: huawei
    

    In debugging mode of the push service, filter logs by the keyword OtherPush or HMSSDK to view the return code logs, for example, [OtherPushHuaWeiImpl] other push huawei onConnect code:907135702. Then locate the error cause and rectify the error by referring to Troubleshooting Vendor Channel Registration Failures.

    Why are there no alerts for notifications delivered through the Huawei channel?

    Starting from EMUI 10.0, Huawei Push intelligently categorizes notification messages into two levels: general and important. Versions below EMUI 10.0 don't categorize notifications but have only one level, so all notifications are displayed through the "default notification" channel, which is equivalent to the important level on EMUI 10.0. If a notification is categorized as "general", there will be no vibration, ringtone, or status bar icon alerts for it. Currently, the notification level can be set to "important" through the custom notification channel; however, according to the applicable Huawei Push rules, the final display effect will still be determined jointly by the set level and the level calculated by Huawei Push's intelligent categorization, and the lower level will prevail; for example, if the two levels are "important" and "general", "general" will prevail. For more information, see Huawei Message Classification User Guide here.

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