Expiration date in Xtremepush
You can review the expiration date for your iOS certificates from Settings > Channels > Push Settings by selecting the desired iOS app and for Safari by selecting your web site and reviewing the section Apple Push Notifications.
To make sure your Apple certificates don't expire it is a best practice to add your APNS certificates to your existing certificate expiry tracking calendar/system. You will also be warned by Apple about expiring certificates 30 days in advance so the admin of the Apple Developer account in your organisation can add some email rules to forward an alert to highlight the pending expiry (see email example below).
It is also recommended to replace the certificates 30 days in advance of its expiration by creating a new certificate.
To do this, for iOS push notifications go to your Apple developer account and find the app with the expiring cert in App IDs> Edit to edit the setting for the app:
Then on the edit page, scroll down to the Push notifications section and you will see you have the option to create another cert by clicking on Create Certificate.
Create a second cert in parallel to the existing one that is due to expire. You can do this for Development and Production Certs. Creating a cert is exactly the same as described in our iOS push notification guide.
To create the second certificate for Safari, follow the steps indicated on our Apple push notifications for Safari guide, making sure to use the same website ID.
Once you have a new certificate from Apple you can replace the old certificates used by the Xtremepush platform by navigating to Settings > Channels > Push Settings and choosing the relevant iOS app or website.
You can return to the Apple developer portal to revoke the old certificate or you can just leave it to expire in due course.
Updated 2 months ago