I have an Ionic(3) Cordova application, where I want to include a Windows UWP version. On iOS and Android I have no problems, but UWP I just cannot get my ajax to work and be store compliant.
My issue is with my ajax calls being blocked on corporate networks as outlined here
So, the issue was I needed to add
privateNetworkClientServer , which when testing locally, fixed the blocking issue. Also, as explained in the link, I have attempted to add the “local mode”.
The store now rejects it with
Error Found: The app manifest test detected the following errors: o The Application cannot include an ApplicationContentUriRule with 'all' or 'allowForWebOnly' WindowsRuntimeAccess while any of the following capabilities are enabled: enterpriseAuthentication, sharedUserCertificates, musicLibrary, picturesLibrary, videosLibrary, removableStorage, documentLibrary, internetClientServer, privateNetworkClientServer.
So, now I am trying to remove the
<uap:ApplicationContentUriRules> <uap:Rule Match="http://localhost:8080/*" Type="include" WindowsRuntimeAccess="all" /> </uap:ApplicationContentUriRules>
from the appmanifest, but when I do the Ionic/Cordova build, it keeps adding it back.
It seems there is something wrong with everything I do, all I want to do is run ajax calls across a network (seems like a pretty common case to me)
Anyway, does anyone have any ideas on this latest problem, Ie the
<uap:Rule Match="http://localhost:8080/*" Type="include" WindowsRuntimeAccess="all" />
Thanks in advance for any help.