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Has anyone had any success using GDAuthToken on a device set to Chinese Language? When we make the call to generate the token on the device it returns a token no problem, but the token fails to validate when you attempt to authenticate it. If you base64 decode the token, the date format contains Chinese characters: for example:
|2017/3/16 中国标准时间 13:36:24|
The Chinese characters are the name of the timezone - they directly translate to "Chinese Standard Time". The authtoken validation appears to choke on this although there's no sign of errors in the GP logs. Switch the device language setting to English and the validation works fine.
Has anyone used GDAuthToken on a device set to Chinese Language, and have you seen this issue? SDK version is 3.0