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April 28, 2006, 9:59 am
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I wonder if PHP is going to be the right root to take. At the moment I
am having a look on Net_SMPP from PEAR but it doesn't make a lot of
I succeed int sending a message but I want to have a constant bind and
get replies and reports if the messages sent have been delivered.
Is it much different to develop PHP for comand line execution rather
than the web ?
IF you think it's not worth the hasle to use php I am taking the JAVA root.
Thanks in advance.
Re: Has Anyone done an SMPP 3.4 implementation or 3.3 ?
Just minor differences between command line and web based php execution.
Command line doesn't have any of the server variables available ($_SERVER,
$_GET, $_POST, etc.). Instead it has argc and argv. And you don't have a gui
available for command line. Strictly text based.
Otherwise it's no real differences.
However, I may be wrong, but I don't think you can get delivery reports for
messages from SMPP. You still need to depend on receipts (which may or may not
be sent by the user).
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