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Topic # 7740 6-May-2006 09:33
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Hello there,

I'm here because I'm a newbie with SMS technology and I've been told that these forums are the best to goto.

I'm using jSMSEngine's SendMessage.java, a sample program.

I believe I've installed the jar file correctly as I no longer have any errors when I compile this java file (SendMessage.java).

However, when I run said file I get the following:

SendMessage(): Sample Application
Using jSMSEngine API 1.2.6 (B1)
Mobile Device Information:
Manufacturer - Nokia
Model - 6020 (I also tried it with a 3220)
Serial Num - "won't post it but its correct"
IMSI - ""
S/W - ""
Battery: 78%
Signal: 317%

Message Failed!

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In the file its line:

if (srv.sendMessage(msg) == CService.ERR_OK) System.out.println("Message Sent!");
else System.out.println("Message Failed!");

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I've been checking the other files but can't understand whats wrong with it (CService perhaps!?!)

The fact that no exception is shown tells me that its something very simple and could be fixed easily (line of code) or not at all (phone not compatible).

Any help would be brilliant!!

I've already compiled and ran the ReadMessages sample file and it works great!!

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Thank You in advance.

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  Reply # 35134 7-May-2006 01:30
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