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Purchases.purchasePackage() doesn't return


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Hello,

I’m using purchases-flutter 4.1.2 (latest at the moment). I’ve set up the entitlements, offerings, products as well as packages as guided in https://docs.revenuecat.com/docs/ios-products

I can get the offerrings and display the packages correctly.

But when I make a call to `Purchases.purchasePackage()` to purchase a package, the call just hangs and doesn’t return at all.

Here’s my dependency list:

```

environment:
  sdk: ">=2.17.5 <3.0.0"

dependencies:
  another_flushbar: ^1.10.23
  awesome_notifications: ^0.6.21
  bloc: ^8.0.2
  cached_network_image: ^3.1.0
  cloud_firestore: ^3.4.4
  easy_localization: ^3.0.0
  easy_localization_loader: ^1.0.0
  equatable: ^2.0.3
  firebase_analytics: ^9.3.1
  firebase_auth: ^3.6.3
  firebase_core: ^1.20.1
  firebase_messaging: ^12.0.2
  flow_builder: ^0.0.2
  flutter:
    sdk: flutter
  flutter_bloc: ^8.0.1
  flutter_onboard: ^2.0.0
  flutter_platform_widgets: ^2.0.0
  flutter_svg: ^1.0.0
  flutter_typeahead: ^4.0.0
  formz: ^0.4.0
  google_fonts: ^3.0.1
  grouped_list: ^5.1.2
  hydrated_bloc: ^9.0.0-dev
  lint: ^1.0.0
  meta: ^1.7.0
  path_provider: ^2.0.2
  pattern_formatter: ^2.0.0
  provider: ^6.0.1
  rxdart: ^0.27.4
  scrollable_positioned_list: ^0.3.2
  shared_preferences: ^2.0.6
  synchronized: ^3.0.0
  toggle_switch: ^2.0.1
  crypto: ^3.0.2
  flutter_keyboard_visibility: ^5.3.0
  uuid: ^3.0.4
  intl: ^0.17.0
  characters: ^1.2.0
  sentry_flutter: ^6.1.2
  sign_in_with_apple: ^4.0.0
  flutter_slidable: ^1.1.0
  internet_connection_checker: ^0.0.1+3
  device_info_plus: ^4.0.0
  package_info_plus: ^1.3.0
  timeago: ^3.2.1
  local_auth: ^2.1.0
  secure_application: ^3.8.0
  purchases_flutter: ^4.1.2
  modal_progress_hud_nsn: ^0.3.0

dev_dependencies:
  bloc_test: ^9.0.2
  flutter_launcher_icons: "^0.9.2"
  flutter_lints: ^2.0.0
  flutter_test:
    sdk: flutter
  logger: null
  mocktail: ^0.3.0
```

 

And this is the debug log when I try to load the screen and trigger the purchasePackage function:

```

2022-08-22 19:49:37.665783+0700 Runner[8559:16612850] [Purchases] - DEBUG: ℹ️ Vending Offerings from cache

2022-08-22 19:49:37.669501+0700 Runner[8559:16612850] [Purchases] - WARN: ⚠️ This StoreProduct represents an SK1 product, the type of product cannot be determined, the value will be undefined. Use `StoreProduct.productCategory` instead.

2022-08-22 19:49:37.679191+0700 Runner[8559:16612850] [Purchases] - WARN: ⚠️ This StoreProduct represents an SK1 product, the type of product cannot be determined, the value will be undefined. Use `StoreProduct.productCategory` instead.

2022-08-22 19:49:37.679445+0700 Runner[8559:16612850] [Purchases] - WARN: ⚠️ This StoreProduct represents an SK1 product, the type of product cannot be determined, the value will be undefined. Use `StoreProduct.productCategory` instead.

2022-08-22 19:49:37.679716+0700 Runner[8559:16612850] [Purchases] - WARN: ⚠️ This StoreProduct represents an SK1 product, the type of product cannot be determined, the value will be undefined. Use `StoreProduct.productCategory` instead.

2022-08-22 19:49:37.679962+0700 Runner[8559:16612850] [Purchases] - WARN: ⚠️ This StoreProduct represents an SK1 product, the type of product cannot be determined, the value will be undefined. Use `StoreProduct.productCategory` instead.

2022-08-22 19:49:37.680299+0700 Runner[8559:16612850] [Purchases] - WARN: ⚠️ This StoreProduct represents an SK1 product, the type of product cannot be determined, the value will be undefined. Use `StoreProduct.productCategory` instead.

2022-08-22 19:49:37.680496+0700 Runner[8559:16612850] [Purchases] - WARN: ⚠️ This StoreProduct represents an SK1 product, the type of product cannot be determined, the value will be undefined. Use `StoreProduct.productCategory` instead.

2022-08-22 19:49:37.680679+0700 Runner[8559:16612850] [Purchases] - WARN: ⚠️ This StoreProduct represents an SK1 product, the type of product cannot be determined, the value will be undefined. Use `StoreProduct.productCategory` instead.

2022-08-22 19:49:37.682355+0700 Runner[8559:16612850] [Purchases] - DEBUG: ℹ️ Offerings cache is stale, updating from network in foreground

2022-08-22 19:49:37.682468+0700 Runner[8559:16612850] [Purchases] - DEBUG: 😻 Offerings updated from network.

2022-08-22 19:49:37.683176+0700 Runner[8559:16770060] [Purchases] - DEBUG: ℹ️ GetOfferingsOperation: Started

2022-08-22 19:49:37.683405+0700 Runner[8559:16770060] [Purchases] - DEBUG: ℹ️ There are no requests currently running, starting request GET subscribers/4R9IChuPBJMxLDVbIZfip7J5AV12/offerings

2022-08-22 19:49:37.685568+0700 Runner[8559:16770060] [Purchases] - DEBUG: ℹ️ API request started: GET /v1/subscribers/4R9IChuPBJMxLDVbIZfip7J5AV12/offerings

2022-08-22 19:49:38.627514+0700 Runner[8559:16776577] [boringssl] boringssl_metrics_log_metric_block_invoke(151) Failed to log metrics

2022-08-22 19:49:38.906210+0700 Runner[8559:16770060] [Purchases] - DEBUG: ℹ️ API request completed: GET /v1/subscribers/4R9IChuPBJMxLDVbIZfip7J5AV12/offerings 304

2022-08-22 19:49:38.908744+0700 Runner[8559:16770060] [Purchases] - DEBUG: ℹ️ GetOfferingsOperation: Finished

2022-08-22 19:49:38.908827+0700 Runner[8559:16776577] [Purchases] - DEBUG: ℹ️ Skipping products request because products were already cached. products: ["myapp_45000_1m_1w0", "myapp_499000_1y_2w0"]

2022-08-22 19:49:38.909315+0700 Runner[8559:16770060] [Purchases] - DEBUG: ℹ️ Serial request done: GET subscribers/4R9IChuPBJMxLDVbIZfip7J5AV12/offerings, 0 requests left in the queue

2022-08-22 19:49:40.950981+0700 Runner[8559:16612850] [Purchases] - DEBUG: ℹ️ Vending Offerings from cache

2022-08-22 19:49:40.951716+0700 Runner[8559:16612850] [Purchases] - INFO: 💰 Purchasing Product 'myapp_45000_1m_1w0' from package in Offering 'default'

2022-08-22 19:49:40.954935+0700 Runner[8559:16612850] [Purchases] - DEBUG: ℹ️ PaymentQueue updatedTransaction: myapp_45000_1m_1w0 0

2022-08-22 19:49:40.955110+0700 Runner[8559:16612850] [Purchases] - WARN: 🍎‼️ There is a problem with the SKPaymentTransaction missing a transaction date - this is an issue with the App Store. Unix Epoch will be used instead.

Transactions in the backend and in webhooks are unaffected and will have the correct timestamps. This is a bug in StoreKit 1. To prevent running into this issue on devices running iOS 15+, watchOS 8+, macOS 12+, and tvOS 15+, you can set `usesStoreKit2IfAvailable` to true when calling `configure`.

2022-08-22 19:49:40.955829+0700 Runner[8559:16612850] [Purchases] - WARN: 🍎‼️ There is a problem with the SKPaymentTransaction missing a transaction identifier - this is an issue with the App Store.Transactions in the backend and in webhooks are unaffected and will have the correct identifier. This is a bug in StoreKit 1. To prevent running into this issue on devices running iOS 15+, watchOS 8+, macOS 12+, and tvOS 15+, you can set `usesStoreKit2IfAvailable` to true when calling `configure`.

objc[8559]: Class _PathPoint is implemented in both /Library/Developer/CoreSimulator/Profiles/Runtimes/iOS 15.2.simruntime/Contents/Resources/RuntimeRoot/System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/UIKitCore.framework/UIKitCore (0x12e16ebb8) and /Library/Developer/CoreSimulator/Profiles/Runtimes/iOS 15.2.simruntime/Contents/Resources/RuntimeRoot/System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/TextInputUI.framework/TextInputUI (0x14c305210). One of the two will be used. Which one is undefined.

objc[8559]: Class _PointQueue is implemented in both /Library/Developer/CoreSimulator/Profiles/Runtimes/iOS 15.2.simruntime/Contents/Resources/RuntimeRoot/System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/UIKitCore.framework/UIKitCore (0x12e16eb90) and /Library/Developer/CoreSimulator/Profiles/Runtimes/iOS 15.2.simruntime/Contents/Resources/RuntimeRoot/System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/TextInputUI.framework/TextInputUI (0x14c305238). One of the two will be used. Which one is undefined.

2022-08-22 19:51:30.917345+0700 Runner[8559:16778768] [boringssl] boringssl_metrics_log_metric_block_invoke(151) Failed to log metrics

```


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Any update on this? I’m getting this error with the latest SDK with React Native

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I’m also getting “

WARN: ⚠️ This StoreProduct represents an SK1 product, the type of product cannot be determined, the value will be undefined. Use `StoreProduct.productCategory` instead.”

 

 

Warning repeatedly in the console on one of my projects, I’m using 5.16

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Yes same warnings with React Native on Xcode debug log, building in release mode.

using react-native-purchases : 5.14.0 (updating from 4.4.1 who has no warning)

 

2023-05-05 11:20:45.154377+0200 Cookomix[1507:635477] [Purchases] - WARN: ⚠️ This StoreProduct represents an SK1 product, the type of product cannot be determined, the value will be undefined. Use `StoreProduct.productCategory` instead.
2023-05-05 11:20:45.154609+0200 Cookomix[1507:635477] [Purchases] - WARN: ⚠️ This StoreProduct represents an SK1 product, the type of product cannot be determined, the value will be undefined. Use `StoreProduct.productCategory` instead.
2023-05-05 11:20:45.154706+0200 Cookomix[1507:635477] [Purchases] - WARN: ⚠️ This StoreProduct represents an SK1 product, the type of product cannot be determined, the value will be undefined. Use `StoreProduct.productCategory` instead.
2023-05-05 11:20:45.154791+0200 Cookomix[1507:635477] [Purchases] - WARN: ⚠️ This StoreProduct represents an SK1 product, the type of product cannot be determined, the value will be undefined. Use `StoreProduct.productCategory` instead.
2023-05-05 11:20:45.154908+0200 Cookomix[1507:635477] [Purchases] - WARN: ⚠️ This StoreProduct represents an SK1 product, the type of product cannot be determined, the value will be undefined. Use `StoreProduct.productCategory` instead.
2023-05-05 11:20:45.155013+0200 Cookomix[1507:635477] [Purchases] - WARN: ⚠️ This StoreProduct represents an SK1 product, the type of product cannot be determined, the value will be undefined. Use `StoreProduct.productCategory` instead.
2023-05-05 11:20:45.155075+0200 Cookomix[1507:635477] [Purchases] - WARN: ⚠️ This StoreProduct represents an SK1 product, the type of product cannot be determined, the value will be undefined. Use `StoreProduct.productCategory` instead.
2023-05-05 11:20:45.155140+0200 Cookomix[1507:635477] [Purchases] - WARN: ⚠️ This StoreProduct represents an SK1 product, the type of product cannot be determined, the value will be undefined. Use `StoreProduct.productCategory` instead.

 

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Yes same warnings with React Native on Xcode debug log, building in release mode.

using react-native-purchases : 5.14.0 (updating from 4.4.1 who has no warning)

 

2023-05-05 11:20:45.154377+0200 Cookomix[1507:635477] [Purchases] - WARN: ⚠️ This StoreProduct represents an SK1 product, the type of product cannot be determined, the value will be undefined. Use `StoreProduct.productCategory` instead.
2023-05-05 11:20:45.154609+0200 Cookomix[1507:635477] [Purchases] - WARN: ⚠️ This StoreProduct represents an SK1 product, the type of product cannot be determined, the value will be undefined. Use `StoreProduct.productCategory` instead.
2023-05-05 11:20:45.154706+0200 Cookomix[1507:635477] [Purchases] - WARN: ⚠️ This StoreProduct represents an SK1 product, the type of product cannot be determined, the value will be undefined. Use `StoreProduct.productCategory` instead.
2023-05-05 11:20:45.154791+0200 Cookomix[1507:635477] [Purchases] - WARN: ⚠️ This StoreProduct represents an SK1 product, the type of product cannot be determined, the value will be undefined. Use `StoreProduct.productCategory` instead.
2023-05-05 11:20:45.154908+0200 Cookomix[1507:635477] [Purchases] - WARN: ⚠️ This StoreProduct represents an SK1 product, the type of product cannot be determined, the value will be undefined. Use `StoreProduct.productCategory` instead.
2023-05-05 11:20:45.155013+0200 Cookomix[1507:635477] [Purchases] - WARN: ⚠️ This StoreProduct represents an SK1 product, the type of product cannot be determined, the value will be undefined. Use `StoreProduct.productCategory` instead.
2023-05-05 11:20:45.155075+0200 Cookomix[1507:635477] [Purchases] - WARN: ⚠️ This StoreProduct represents an SK1 product, the type of product cannot be determined, the value will be undefined. Use `StoreProduct.productCategory` instead.
2023-05-05 11:20:45.155140+0200 Cookomix[1507:635477] [Purchases] - WARN: ⚠️ This StoreProduct represents an SK1 product, the type of product cannot be determined, the value will be undefined. Use `StoreProduct.productCategory` instead.

 

I too am getting this on my flutter project

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I used purchases_flutter: 5.2.3 and the same issue

[store_kit] WARN: ⚠️ This StoreProduct represents an SK1 product, the type of product cannot be determined, the value will be undefined. Use `StoreProduct.productCategory` instead.

We’re seeing this issue in about ~5% of our calls.

People, let's improve our contact with the tool here. Haven't solved this problem yet?

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I'm seeing the same "No return, no error" behaviour on iOS physical device purchases and it is actually gating our submission being accepted by apple as we can't detect payment and can't open up app functionality.

I don't see this with Android.

I see it 100% of the time with sandbox users on iOS or with real pay users.  

There is always notification of cancel or error but there is nothing on success: including if I add an info change listener or just create a polling instance that looks at the status.

Crippling behaviour glitch right now.

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[UPDATE1]

According to some “hidden” docs from App Store, “purchases” APIs work on real physical devices; you are lucky if it works in possibly outdated not-upgraded simulator.

[UPDATE2]
“Purchases.purchasePackage(...)” is asynchronous method, and should be called in asynchronous manner. It returns “Future” instance if you call is from synchronous method. It works fine; before releasing App, I tested 40+ builds using TestFlight, I never had any issue.However, after so many tests it works super slow!!!

CustomerInfo customerInfo =
await Purchases.purchasePackage(myProductList[index]);



It may take from 5-10 seconds to two minutes depending how lucky you are. As RC team explained, this is because App tries to download hundreds if not more purchases I did so far. I also noticed, it is super slow if my subscription expired on iPhone, and I try to resubscribe in iPad.

If you attach your device to Mac with cable, and run an app with XCode, you will see huge JSONs historical records being downloaded. Perhaps it is not real-life case when this will happen only if you replaced your iPhone with new one.

P.S. Of course RC team should optimize performance, it looks “code smell”.

P.S.S. Just in case, I added custom “Thank You” screen; after async call to “purchasePackage” starts, I show “Thank You” screen with the message saying that “your profile is being set up, usually it takes 5-10 seconds, (...), if it takes longer please log off and login again” - and I have “listener” which will close this “Thank You” screen automatically after “purchasePackage” returns. In “TestFlight”, I was forced to logout few times, it looked like “hanging”, never returns; after relogin, it worked fine, registering “premium” access. Really, it was taking minutes sometimes, and I have another forum post where RC member noted from logs that I made so many re-subscriptions during tests that’s why (still looks like code smell for me… loading collection of 1000 small JSON objects may take 1-3 seconds, but not three minutes.)

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@tfletcher - I am sure my real users don’t have any issues and “purchase” in Production happens in less than a second. According to Apple, “Sandbox” is slow, and sometimes it doesn’t even work (so I periodically check https://developer.apple.com/system-status/)

In my specific case, I can give users access only after Firestore Firebase gets updated “claims” from Revenue Cat. From logs, it takes in average hundreds milliseconds instead of 10-20. So that application is listening events from Firestore, “FirebaseAuth.instance.idTokenChanges().listen(...)”, and I also trigger “FirebaseAuth.instance.currentUser!.getIdTokenResult(true);” in another “delayed future”, periodically, each 10 seconds. Even if everything works absolutely perfect and super fast, I need this routine: otherwise I will get updated “claims” within an hour implicitly.

So, sophisticated? Just because I use Firebase Custom Claims. And slow: User → App Store→ Revenue Cat → Firestore Function → (User-initiated Pull from Firestore)

What if something breaks? Fortunately, it works even when user buys from Apple on iPhone, then installs on iPad and even on Android. Because, on Android, I check Firebase Claims and do not force to buy subscription!

Otherwise, I’ll have to design custom FIrebase functions as a “webhook” for Apple, but again, what if something didn’t work and claims didn’t get updated, or, for example, everything works just perfectly but I still need to execute explicitly “getIdTokenResult(true)” from the client to force “IdTokenResult” (containing claims) instant update.

Unfortunately there are no good examples showing how to work with Firebase “claims”, I spent months to get it working.

Google had basic purchase example for server-side Node.js -based functions, https://codelabs.developers.google.com/codelabs/flutter-in-app-purchases - but unfortunately they moved away from it to separate Dart-based approach (you will need to install separate AppServer to handle purchases). So, in any case, even for an app as trivial as Google provided example, it is complicated task to ensure it is production ready.

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@Bamba That’s a great flow and something very similar to what we are doing as our app is also cross platform and the intent was for RevenueCat to serve as the source of truth for ‘account payment’ rather than having to make that a feature of our database.

For anyone who is following this thread, what I have done to work around this ‘non-return’ from Purchases.purchasePackage() is to implement a periodic timer that polls the customer status and after a period of time, if no response/change has been observed (either a return from the function or a status update etc) then it will forceably call logout() and then login() with the same user id.   This seems to be a big enough hammer that it clears all of the cache content.

This is frustrating because I can see that the transaction has been handled on the RevenueCat side as it is in the ledger … it’s simply a matter of having the client side cache get properly updated.  It’s not an issue with Android, just iOS.  It is also not (only) an issue with sandbox as the information is flowing from AppStore → RevenueCat … it’s just not making it to our client app.

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This StoreProduct represents an SK1 product, the type of product cannot be determined, the value will be undefined. Use `StoreProduct.productCategory` instead.
Still saw on purchases_flutter: 5.4.0

Hi! I’m also seeing purchasePackage() not return occasionally in production on physical devices -- we’re using purchases_flutter: ^5.0.0. Anyone have any leads?

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Hello,

 

I am using purchases_flutter: ^5.5.0.

Testing on iOS real device + Sandbox account. The function doesn't return in my case as well.

Everything seems to work smoothly, the log goes up to "PostReceiptDataOperation: Finished". But I can't seem to get the return value of ```await Purchases.purchasePackage(package);```

 

I checked the config so all keys are correctly set in RevenueCat.

 

Do you guys have any information about that ?

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I’m using flutter and had the following code:

await Purchases.setup("blahblahblah",    appUserId: LoginUser.userUid);

which was showing as deprecated.

So I updated to the new format found on the revenuecat website:

 await Purchases.configure(     PurchasesConfiguration("blahblahblah")       ..appUserID = LoginUser.userUid

and got the above error. 

Reverted back to the deprecated code and its working ok.



the deprated setup trick not solving this issue for the latest plugin purchases_flutter: ^5.6.5

still get error logs

StoreProduct represents an SK1 product, the type of product cannot be determined, the value will be undefined. Use `StoreProduct.productCategory` instead.

but deprecated usesStoreKit2IfAvailable setter did resolve the issue.

 

final PurchasesConfiguration purchasesConfiguration = PurchasesConfiguration("apikey");
purchasesConfiguration.usesStoreKit2IfAvailable = true;

 

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Purchases.purchasePackage() call doesn’t return for me either.

I use the capacitor plugin version 7.0.0.

I tried to place a breakpoint on the API methods. All of these work fine: setLogLevel, configure, getCustomerInfo.

But purchasePackage doesn’t get executed at all. It seems the problem is somewhere in the capacitor plugin.

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Hi Cesar, I haven’t tested on simulator as you said (using storekit config file) yet. Other than that the function does return on real iphones after setting Appstore shared secret.

 

Hi @Thanh, when you tried this on physical device, are you using sandbox tester account or the real apple account ?

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Hi @Cesar do you need more information to reproduce this?

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Hi @Chaitanya 

I tested with a sandbox account. 
Also tried with a real apple account and it was good.

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Hi @Thanh !

We are trying to reproduce the issue. As @Andy suggested in the GitHub issue, we're currently preparing release 4.2.0, which will get rid of the warnings you see on the console and might also fix the issues, since it uses StoreKit 2 APIs under the hood, and they seem to be more reliable.

Are you also handling errors? Do you see any PlaformException at all?

 

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My mistake, I didn’t add the Appstore shared secret to Revenuecat. After I did, the function doesn’t hang on my real iPhone, but it still hangs on the iOS simulator.

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@Cesar Thank you for the update. I’m eager to try out the new release ^^

Are you also handling errors? Do you see any PlaformException at all?

 

Yes I have try & catch block to handle the exception but there’s no exception thrown at all because the function purchasePackage doesn’t return.

Here’s my code:

                              try {
final CustomerInfo customerInfo = await Purchases.purchasePackage(packages![selectedPackageIndex!]);
final isPremium = customerInfo.entitlements.all[REVENUE_CAT_DEFAULT_ENTITLEMENT]?.isActive ?? false;
if (isPremium) {
// Display flashbar and go back
}
} on PlatformException catch (e) {
final errorCode = PurchasesErrorHelper.getErrorCode(e);
if (errorCode != PurchasesErrorCode.purchaseCancelledError) {
print(e);
}
await showDialog(
context: context,
builder: (context) => AlertDialog(
title: const Text("Error"),
content: SingleChildScrollView(
child: ListBody(
children: [
Text(e.message.toString()),
],
),
),
actions: <Widget>[
TextButton(
child: const Text('Ok'),
onPressed: () {
Navigator.of(context).pop();
},
),
],
),
);
}
setState(() {
isLoading = false;
});
}

 

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but it still hangs on the iOS simulator.

 

That’s probably because iOS simulators require a special configuration using StoreKit config files. You can read more about that in this article in our docs https://docs.revenuecat.com/docs/apple-app-store#ios-14-only-testing-on-the-simulator

Do you mind giving that a try and report back?

The fact that purchasePackage doesn’t return is indeed a weird one, because I would expect it would throw an error indicating there’s a problem with your configuration in RevenueCat. We’ll look into that

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Purchases.purchasePackage() call doesn’t return for me either.

I use the capacitor plugin version 7.0.0.

I tried to place a breakpoint on the API methods. All of these work fine: setLogLevel, configure, getCustomerInfo.

But purchasePackage doesn’t get executed at all. It seems the problem is somewhere in the capacitor plugin.

Figured out it was reactivity issue in Vue.js, I thought that .toRaw() is reactive object method, but it is vue utility that you need to use on object.

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Hi there,

 

I’m using the react native package with Expo and I’ve got the same issue. It appears on Android / iPhone.

If I cancel the payment then the catch function is triggered and I can handle the situation.

 

But if the payment processes, I’ve got the tick from the Apple / Android payment popup. Subscription is created in revenuecat but the function never returns anything.

I’ve a “console.log(“Payment ok”); right after but it’s never executed. Neither any other code.

 

I’ve even tried on a new project with no other library installed, only revenuecat and the issue is here too.

@Cesar  do you have any idea?

 

Thanks!

 

Regards,
Alex

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