8.14.0-beta InAppMessaging on iOS: .appData is always nil even on published campaign.

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[REQUIRED] Step 1: Describe your environment

  • Xcode version: 13.0
  • Firebase SDK version: 8.14.0-beta
  • Installation method: CocoaPods
  • Firebase Component: In App Messaging
  • Target platform(s): iOS

[REQUIRED] Step 2: Describe the problem

Cannot get any form of data in any delegate. InAppMessagingDisplayMessage .appData or even .campaignInfo.campaignName is all nil. I have read that it only happens on testing but even on published campaigns i couldn’t get any data.

Steps to reproduce:

Xcode 13.0 running in a iPhone OS 15.1.
I already have -FIRDebugEnabled arguments passed on launch.

Relevant Code:

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1 thought on “8.14.0-beta InAppMessaging on iOS: .appData is always nil even on published campaign.

  1. Hello @rizafran! We can consider this resolved. I can now get the .appData on a published campaign 💯

    Hopefully, in the future, we can get the data on testing as well. 👯

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