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Post Number: 1
i m developing 2 way messaging where i send some keyword (eg CAT)then i received data linked to this keyword(eg category list).through my application i m able send and receive sms on specific port...but i dont how do link my application(j2me) with sms gateway or database so i get correct with corresponding keyword.plz reply as sun as possible..
|Des - NowSMS Support
Post Number: 543
Where are you trying to link with a database?
I assume the J2ME application runs on the mobile phone? And you are trying to send messages to a server?
NowSMS can receive messages (either through a connection to an SMS service provider for high volume traffic) or through a GSM modem connected to the PC running NowSMS.
NowSMS has a concept of "2-way SMS", where it can execute different commands (HTTP URLs or local executable programs) based upon the content of the received message.
Here's an old link that has some good basics/examples of how 2-way SMS works:
Post Number: 2
Thnks 4 reply..just tell how do i connect my j2me application with your gateway.
|Des - NowSMS Support
Post Number: 557
I'm sorry, but there's something about what you are trying to do that I don't understand.
If the J2ME application runs on the mobile phone, it would send/receive SMS messages.
You then need another application running on a server somewhere that would be receiving SMS messages that were sent by your application ... and sending back messages in reply.
NowSMS might be a solution for that server. It would need a GSM modem (or a connection to an SMS service provider) in order to actually be able to send/receive messages.
For a basic overview of what NowSMS is, please see http://www.nowsms.com/whatisnowsms.htm.
All this said ... you may decide that you don't need to use SMS for communication from your J2ME application. Maybe you just want to use data (GPRS/EDGE/3G/etc.). In that case, your J2ME application could make HTTP requests to communicate with an application server that you create. The application server would receive these HTTP requests and deliver responses.
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