Auto reply sms to midlet.. help needed very urgently..

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Mahaboob Basha
New member
Username: Basha

Post Number: 13
Registered: 11-2008
Posted on Tuesday, December 23, 2008 - 01:53 pm:   

when some one sends sms from
midlet(which has fields like phone number & Amount to enter) its coming
to server through gateway.. iam able to get those values and iam storing
them in database also.But when i try to give them response after executing
the urls what i have added in command to execute field of 2way interface
from there message is directly coming to
phone's inbox rather than coming to Midlet. =@@FULLSMS@@

Here port number 7777 is the midlet portnumber and message=@@FULLSMS@@
contains the message sent by the user form midlet(for ex when some one
wants to make a transaction of 10000 .this value will be accessesd in jsp
and we are sending that value back to the phone's midlet saying
that You have made a purchase of Rs: 10000 kindly confirm to authorize
this Transaction. By executing the above url.After executing the url the
autoresponse sms coming to phone's inbox instead of coming to midlet... i
tried follwing urls also

here message=10000 has to be sent to midlet not to phone's inbox.
Bryce Norwood - NowSMS Support
Board Administrator
Username: Bryce

Post Number: 7715
Registered: 10-2002
Posted on Friday, December 26, 2008 - 03:09 pm:   

I assume this is a follow-up to the discussion here:

What version of NowSMS are you using?

Is it NowSMS 2007 or 2008 ... or are you trying to run an earlier version?

Earlier versions did not support the "DestPort=" parameter.

If you are running NowSMS 2007 or 2008, enable the SMSDEBUG.LOG, and repeat your test. Then post the SMSDEBUG.LOG in reply to this message. Please reply to this message instead of starting a new thread, as that makes it easier to follow the flow of conversation and understand what is being discussed.


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