vojta vojta - 1 year ago 108
JSON Question

Firebase Cloud Messaging - "success" and "failure" in response JSON

I use Firebase Cloud Messaging to deliver notifications to my Android client apps, each notification should be sent to a single device according to its registration token.

Each time I send a notification via https://fcm.googleapis.com/fcm/send, I receive a JSON response like this one:

"multicast_id": 108,
"success": 1,
"failure": 0,
"canonical_ids": 0,
"results": [
{ "message_id": "1:08" }

I find
redundant - don't they mean the same thing? Should I check both of them to be sure everything is fine? Is it always true that
success != failure

Answer Source

As described here :

success - Required, number of messages that were processed without an error.

failure - Required, number of messages that could not be processed.

You get : "success": 1, which means 1 message was processed successfully and "failure": 0, which means no error

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