Backend code still sends notification to gcm instead of fcm v1 using notificationHubClient.SendFcmNativeNotificationAsync

Yogini 0 Reputation points


I am able to register the device for FCM V1, once I get the notification token, I can send the test notification using azure hub overview -> Test Send option with format


{ "message": { "notification": { "body" : "message body"} } }

But when same message I send from my backend using

notificationHubClient.SendFcmNativeNotificationAsync method, it always goes to gcm and I'm getting error,

Microsoft.Azure.NotificationHubs.Messaging.BadRequestException: The notification has no target applications. The notification format is gcm. Review the credentials specified in the notification hub description and the notification format

Am I missing any configuration at backend / Azure hub?

Azure Notification Hubs
Azure Notification Hubs
An Azure service that is used to send push notifications to all major platforms from the cloud or on-premises environments.
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  1. Marcel Gille 10 Reputation points

    Make sure you have the newest Package installed (4.2.0) and you have to use the notificationHubClient.SendFcmV1NativeNotificationAsync() Function.

    The V1 can be easily missed.

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