I just received an email from Apple telling me that my "Apple Push Notification Service Certificate will expire".

I was wondering what are the steps to deal with this?

When I visit my Premium account on pushwoosh, it also tells me that "The certificate is about to expire soon" for the given app. Is it possible to renew the certificate by just using the "Auto tab->Reconfigure" option?

To renew the certificate for push notifications do I need to rebuild / update the app itself?

asked 03 Mar '14, 09:37
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Generally, you can simply go to the Apple Developer Portal, create a new push certificate and upload it to Pushwoosh, you don't have to rebuild or update the application. You can find the details of how to create a push certificate in our iOS configuration guide: http://www.pushwoosh.com/programming-push-notification/ios/ios-configuration-guide/

And, of course, our Premium members can use our Auto-configuration feature. Moreover, you can miss the last step with mobile provisioning profile, since your application probably is already in AppStore.

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answered 03 Mar '14, 09:47
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