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Hi, I'm currently binding the AirWatch library, and after many issues I was finally able to bind everything correctly, but now when using/testing the library, I encounter issues on some of the .so files that are included in the AAR files.
The java (aar) method is:
public synchronized native int awFipsModeSet(int var1);
which is included through an .so file.
But when you run the bindings project it throws an exception saying it can't find the implementation. Maybe the tool is not adding the .SO files included in the AAR?
No implementation found for int com.airwatch.crypto.openssl.OpenSSLWrapper.awFipsModeSet(int) (tried Java_com_airwatch_crypto_openssl_OpenSSLWrapper_awFipsModeSet and Java_com_airwatch_crypto_openssl_OpenSSLWrapper_awFipsModeSet__I)
Were you able to fix the issue? I have exactly the same on Mac and I am not able to get the Android SDK v.16.02 or 15.06 running. Always the same issue running the example provided within the SDK. Please help asap.
did you fix this issue? I am using AirWatch SDK and getting the same issue, when i running the sample code provided within the SDK. please help...
did you fix this issue?
We were not able to make the AWFramework to work, the AirWatch team is aware of this and it was confirmed the examples provided with the code do not worked.
We ended up just using the AirWatch SDK for a really basic functionality, as retrieve the username from the AirWatch console, nothing more complex rather than that.
After my short experience working with the AirWatch SDK for Android/iOS I will recommend to avoid them if possible.
Thanks for your help and reply..
Apologies for not being more helpful.
Good luck with it.