My task to send sms messages in a cyrillic alphabet.
javax.comm.SerialPort allows to work only with databits_8.
Give me, please, advice.
How can I send sms with russian symbols .
why do you have to use the serial port? The WMA API is designed for sending SMS from a Java ME phone.
My task is to send sms messages from java application.
I connect gsm modem or phone to usb port, create messages from
database and send it to sms list. I can send translit messages ..,
but could not understand, how can I switch to national locking shift table.
Do you know ?
Send the text as UTF-16 via the serial communications protocol to the phone. This send russian characters as two 8 bytes. When you have received the data on the phone, you should use the JSR-120/JSR-205 API to send the message.
I downloaded WTK25, installed it and run the sample code
String addr = "sms://+381234567";
MessageConnection conn = (MessageConnection) Connector.open (addr) ;
TextMessage msg = (TextMessage)conn.newMessage (MessageConnection.TEXT_MESSAGE) ;
msg.setPayloadText ("Hello World!") ;
conn.send (msg) ;
and received an error
after MessageConnection conn = (MessageConnection) Connector.open (addr) ;
Exception in thread "main" java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: com.sun.midp.Configuration.getProperty0(Ljava/lang/String;)Ljava/lang/String;
at com.sun.midp.Configuration.getProperty0(Native Method)
What is wrong ?
PS: ( Johan. I installed SonyEricsson mobile into usb port. )
it seems that the emulator fails to load some native dll. Probably an internal error in the WTK emulator.
To test a MIDlet that sends SMS, you need to start two emulator instances. You also need to set the telephone number on both emulators. The default numbers are: +5550000 and +5550001 respectively.
If you need to send from a device, you need to use on-device-debug found in Sony Ericsson development kit. This way you could start the phone via the USB cable and send an actual SMS from the phone.
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