HockeyApp provides application testing solutions including beta distribution, test tracking and crash reports/analytics.
In order to activate mParticle’s integration with HockeyApp, you will need to have your HockeyApp App ID handy. You can find you App ID on the App Overview page in the HockeyApp dashboard.
|Include User ID||Use Customer ID||User Data Forwarded|
|No||No/Yes||UserID is set to “UNKNOWN”|
|Yes||No||The user’s first name, last name, and email address if available. UserID is set to Android Device ID or IDFA/IDFV|
|Yes||Yes||The user’s first name, last name, email address if available. UserID is set to Customer ID if available, otherwise Android Device ID or IDFA/IDFV|
|Setting Name||Data Type||Default Value||Description|
||Your app’s HockeyApp App ID. You can find it on the App Overview page in HockeyApp’s dashboard.|
|Setting Name||Data Type||Default Value||Platform||Description|
|Include User ID||
||True||All||If enabled, mParticle will forward a user ID value with each crash or handled exception. The user ID will be either the user’s Customer ID or a device ID (IDFA or Android ID), depending on what “Use Customer ID” is set to.|
|Use Customer ID||
||False||All||If “Include User ID” is disabled, then this setting has no effect. If “Include User ID” is enabled and this setting is also enabled, then mParticle will forward user’s Customer ID values to HockeyApp with each crash or handled exception. If “Include User ID” is enabled but this setting is disabled, then mParticle will forward a device ID instead.|
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