[Web Push] System.MissingMethodException: Method not found: 'Byte[] Org.BouncyCastle.Math.EC.ECP
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Forge component by Tiago Resende
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Hi all,

Does anyone come across this error? This forge is working on the demo on both my company's environment and my personal environment. But when I tried to implement it in another application, this error was prompted. I tried to reinstall but the issue still persists. Checked the implementation and is the same as both the demos I tried in both environments. Any clue about this error?

Appreciate if anyone could shed some light on this. 



I'm not sure that the javascript function that seems to be failing (org.bouncycastle.math.ec.ECPoint.getEncoded) has anything to do with the push notifications.

That particular java library appears to be involved in graphing or drawing curved lines. (See http://people.eecs.berkeley.edu/~jonah/lcrypto/org/bouncycastle/math/ec/ECPoint.html)
As this is a javascript error thats being forwarded to service center, you should be able to see and debug the issue in your chrome developer console.

Let us know if this helps!

RAD Manage

Hi RAD Manage,

I tried it on the demo and it is working. So I don't think the JS is failing. 


That is what I said. The failure seems to be in your implementation, and not related to the forge component.

As I said, it is unlikely the forge component needs javascript to draw curved lines to send push notifications.

It is most likely that the cause of the error you are seeing is caused by a different bug entirely.
You should be able to get more information when looking in the chrome error console.

RAD Manage

Update on the issue,

I am now able to send the notification to myself (Only from the front end triggering the PushNotification) but not from Process. I had to Redeploy the application from the service center; UI changes on that screen will break the forge again, and I had to redeploy it from the service center to make it work (still only the front end, not from the process). 


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