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Phoneme JSR120 datagram description docs

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arkalon
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Hi,

I'm using the Phoneme to to simulate sms communication from my app to our sever. What I want to do is to do is to have the emulator to send sms to our server and then I reply back correctly. I managed to make the emulator to send a datagram request to our server so that's all fine.

My problem is that there is no documentation at all about how the messages are constructed at the datagram level. So I have no idea what I should reply, if there is any handshakes or such. I could always wireshark the whole thing but I was hoping someone know a doc about it or point me to the correct classes where I can read the code that handles the messages so I can make out the conversations from there.

Kind regards
Kenth

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ebresie
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Maybe Wikipedia can give you a good starting point..

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Short_message_service

Eric

arkalon
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Well, what I meant was more in a specific way.. Not how SMS works in general.

What I needed was more in the lines of how Phoneme Implements the communication. So what the emulator send over the wire when ever a message is sent and what it expect back. I have gone thru the C code and found some parts but it will take ages for me to find all the ways it decodes the messages

My second option is to try to rip out the libary from the client and inbed it in my own serverside software. The problem there is to implement the native calls it does.. Haven't found how they do it cause I cant find any dll that I can import, so if anyone have a idea about that that would also be very helpful.

Kenth