I try to receive a push notification when I'm in a specific place but each time the Marketing Cloud SDK send my position to his API service it sent the request with a wrong syntax.

Currently the syntax is:


And the service response is: Error: 400

    "message": "Validation Error",
    "errorcode": 10006,
    "documentation": "",
    "validationErrors": [{
        "message": "Latitude is invalid.",
        "errorcode": 10000,
        "documentation": ""
    }, {
        "message": "Longitude is invalid.",
        "errorcode": 10000,
        "documentation": ""

The problem seems the comma inside the lat e long vale because if i proxy the request and replace the comma with a dot all works fine.


With this request the push service responses with the push notification.

Is it a bug of the SDK or I need some other configuration to change the decimal delimiter?

thx a lot.


This issue was identified a few days ago. There is a fix that will be published in the upcoming SDK release. I'll update this post once it is released.

  • This issue is inside the "know issue" of Salesforce? Have you the link? – Frogmouth Oct 8 '18 at 14:34

@frogmouth this has been addressed in our latest SDK version (released yesterday, October 22).

See https://salesforce-marketingcloud.github.io/JB4A-SDK-Android/ for details.


We don't have an external link, however, as Seth mentioned the bug was identified and will be released to production shortly. I would check back on the Android repo at the close of business on (22-Oct-2018) to see if there is an updated SDK.

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