There have been a number of discussions about Push Notification connections and in particular the “OK/Received/Connected/Active” and “OK/Received/Temporarily Disconnected/Active” states. We’d like to take a few moments in this blog post to review how the connections work.
As indicated in the MSDN documentation, there are a number of Push Notification Service Response Codes.
The “OK/Received/Connected/Active” status typically signals that everything is operating normally but you should keep the following points in mind:
- This status does not mean the device has received the notification. It only indicates that the server has received the notification and queued it for delivery at the next possible opportunity for the device.
- The server could respond with this status even though the device is currently transitioning into an unreachable state. This means the notification would not be delivered until the device returns from the unreachable state.
- Remember there are different batching intervals you can choose for a notification, so the notifications will arrive based on the batching interval you specified.
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