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[Android]Read In-App Purchase Information Blueprint node callback missing

According to docs link text alt text

however the actual node displays alt text

Product Version: UE 4.18
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asked Jan 17 '18 at 02:50 PM in Bug Reports

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avatar image Sean L ♦♦ STAFF Jan 19 '18 at 07:10 PM

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avatar image DonFrag Jan 22 '18 at 08:17 PM

Ok but how can i track the solution? Here and forums at least i can have a workaround. If someone answer.

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The node displayed in the documentation is a latent node (as indicated by the white clock icon in the corner of the node). Latent nodes are used for asynchronous operations, or operations that take time to complete and then call back to the node. Because they have callbacks, a latent node can't be placed inside functions, but must instead be placed inside an Event Graph. You can place a latent node inside a Macro, but then the Macro becomes latent; so then the latent Macro must be called only within an Event Graph.

The documentation makes reference to the IAP nodes having latent and non-latent versions, but it isn't called out specifically (as it probably should be):

The Make an In-App Purchase node is latent, so any gameplay behavior you want to have rely on whether the purchase succeeds or fails should use those two execution pins. They will only execute after a response has come back from the online service. The node also returns the completion status of the purchase (such as Success, Failed, Restored) and the detailed In App Purchase Information struct.

There is a non-latent version of this function (the Blueprint node will display without the clock). The exit execution pin here does not wait for a response from the online service, and you will generally want to use the latent version.

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answered Mar 13 '18 at 06:18 PM

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