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Migrating from 4.6.x to 5.x

Updating compiler build settings

1. Go to the Build Settings tab of your target settings 2. Look for Other Linker Flags in the Linking section. 3. Add -lc++ flag

Include the SDK bundle in your project

1. Go to the Build Phases tab of your target settings 2. Expand the Copy Bundle Resources row and click the + button 3. Choose the SENTSDK.bundle file located inside SENTSDK.framework

Permission message

Make sure a value for the key NSLocationAlwaysAndWhenInUseUsageDescriptionhas been added to the Info.plist

Sentiance SDK import update

Replace #import <SENTTransportDetectionSDK/SENTTransportDetectionSDK.h> to @import SENTSDK; in the import section

CoreData import

Make sure you have added CoreData library as linked framework in your Xcode project

User access token API change

If you need to get the user access token, change the callback to NSString as in example below:

NSString* userId = [[SENTSDK sharedInstance] getUserId];
[[SENTSDK sharedInstance] getUserAccessToken:^(SENTToken *token) {
    NSString* accessToken = [token tokenId];
} failure:^{


Replace the code above with the code below:

NSString* userId = [[SENTSDK sharedInstance] getUserId];
[[SENTSDK sharedInstance] getUserAccessToken:^(NSString *token) {
    NSString* accessToken = token;
} failure:^{


SDK Control

The stopAfter(seconds) method is no longer available.

User Metadata

User metadata methods no longer accept a success/failure block parameter. Adding and removing metadata is now done asynchronously via the payload submission system.

External Events

Registering external events is no longer available.

Trip Control

Starting and Stopping Trips

startTrip() and stopTrip() methods now require a success and failure(sdkStatus) block parameters respectively.

Trip Details

The SDK no longer returns a Trip object when a trip is stopped. The setTripTimeOutListener() callback of the SDK no longer returns a Trip object.

Checking Ongoing Trips

The isTripOngoing() method now expects a parameter of type TripType.


getWiFiLastSeenTimestamp() is no longer available.

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