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CHAPTER 17 PUSH NOTIFICATIONS
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using (Stream requestStream = sendNotificationRequest.GetRequestStream()) { requestStream.Write(strBytes, 0, strBytes.Length); } HttpWebResponse response = (HttpWebResponse)sendNotificationRequest.GetResponse(); string notificationStatus = response.Headers["X-NotificationStatus"]; string deviceConnectionStatus = response.Headers["X-DeviceConnectionStatus"]; lblStatus.Text = "Status: " + notificationStatus + " : " + deviceConnectionStatus; } That is all the code necessary to send raw notifications to Windows Phone 7 clients. You are now ready to test raw notifications on the Windows Phone 7 emulator.
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Testing raw notifications is very straightforward: there are no applications to pin to the Start screen simply start both the client and the server pieces of the application, make sure that the push notification URL is available to both, and fire away! The walkthrough here gives more details on testing raw notifications: 1. Just as with toast and tile notifications, you need to obtain the URI of the notification channel. Open the RawNotificationPNClient project, make sure that you have a connection to the Internet, and press F5 to run the project. Click the Create Channel button and, after seeing the URI printed on the screen, copy it to the clipboard from the Output window. Switch to the PNServer Windows Forms project and press F5 to run it. In the Push Notifications URL text box, paste the URI obtained in Step 1. In the Push Notifications Title and Push Notifications Text text boxes, enter Hello and World correspondingly. Click the Send Notification button. You should now see the message stating that the raw notification has been received and the Hello World message on the Windows Phone 7 emulator screen.
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As you can see, implementing raw notifications is very similar to implementing tile and toast notifications, albeit a bit simpler. Each one of the notification types has its purposes; use the most appropriate notification type for your circumstances. You may be shaking your head by now, thinking that the copy and paste method of communicating the push notification channel URL between the client and the server is completely unrealistic for any commercial application. We agree, and we will show you how to automate that communication piece in the next section.
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So far in the preceding walkthroughs, you have used a somewhat unrealistic approach to communicating push notification URLs from the Windows Phone 7 client application to the push notification server. You copied that URL from the Debug window of the client application and pasted it into the server application, where it was used to send tiles, toasts, and raw notifications to the Windows Phone 7 applications. To make the stock alerts application a bit more real-world, however, you must
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CHAPTER 17 PUSH NOTIFICATIONS
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automate the URL communication piece. In this section, you will learn how to do that using a cloud service built with the Microsoft Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) stack of technologies.
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Creating a WCF Service to Track Notification Recipients
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In this section, we will show you how to enhance the PNServer application built previously by adding a WCF service to it. WCF is a very powerful technology with an array of configuration options for creating and hosting cloud services. You will be building what is known as a self-hosted service, which means that it will be hosted within the Windows Forms application and you will write code to initialize and start that service. Another important point about this service is that it will be a RESTful service, which, for our purposes right now, means that you can access operations of the service over the properly formatted URLs, as you will see shortly. Before you create a RESTful WCF service, however, you may need to make a small change in the Visual Studio environment to reference assemblies you need to create that service. The reason for this is that, by default, Visual Studio creates a lightweight profile for client applications, such as Windows Forms or Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) applications. This lightweight profile omits many web-related assemblies by default because the chances of a true client application needing them are slim. The setting that controls which assemblies are included or left out is the Target Framework setting, and it is located on your project s Properties page. You need to change this setting from .Net Framework 4 Client Profile to .Net Framework 4. To accomplish that, open the PNServer project if it s not already open, right-click the project name, and then select Properties. Locate the Target Framework setting and set it to .Net Framework 4, as illustrated in Figure 17 9. Now follow these steps to complete creation of the WCF service. First, before creating the service, you need to include the System.ServiceModel.Web assembly to the PNServer project. 1. Right-click the project name and select Add Reference. Locate the System.ServiceModel.Web assembly in the list, highlight it, and click OK.
Now, you will add WCF service files to the project. Adding the WCF service files will consist of two parts: creating what is known as a Service Contract, which will appear in the form of an Interface file, and defining a class that will physically implement the methods defined within the Service Contract. 2. To create the Service Contract, right-click the project name, choose Add New Item, and then scroll almost all the way to the bottom and pick WCF Service. Name the service Registration Service, and then click OK. Add the following statement to the top of the IRegistrationService.cs file created:
using System.ServiceModel.Web; 4. Add the following code to the IRegistrationService.cs file:
[ServiceContract] public interface IRegistrationService { [OperationContract, WebGet] void Register(string uri); [OperationContract, WebGet] void Unregister(string uri); }
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