SMPP Connection to SMSC for sending/receiving SMS

Hi all,
I'm new on java and I must design an application for sending and receiving short messages to and from a SMSC. I've got an SMSC account but I still need to get connected through Java.
Could you help me???
Which API to use??? Logica or Sourceforge???
If you could give me some codes or links, I'll appreciate it...
Thanks,

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CEHJCommented:
Does the SMSC not recommend an API?
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raandyshkAuthor Commented:
No, I'll decide which API to use, and I think that I'll work with the Logica API...
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Mayank SAssociate Director - Product EngineeringCommented:
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raandyshkAuthor Commented:
Thanks, I've checked those links and they explain how to work with GSM modems more than how to work with SMPP directly with a SMSC.
I'm checking the SourceForge.net SMPP API and examples...
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raandyshkAuthor Commented:
Could someone explain how the code should be? I mean. I need to receive and send sms, being connected all the day sending 'enquire_link' but I don't know how to separate the transmitter from the receiver in the code... by the way, now I bind but I don't know if i'm really bounded. How could I know it?
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CEHJCommented:
I wouldn't be surprised if there were not such a thing as a standard API for connecting to a provider. Isn't it likely to be done over TCP/IP (even HTTP) with a provider?
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CEHJCommented:
Looking at the Logica API docs, it seems that my last question is maybe answered by yes
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Mayank SAssociate Director - Product EngineeringCommented:
You said "No, I'll decide which API to use, and I think that I'll work with the Logica API..." then why did you accept that question ;-) ?
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raandyshkAuthor Commented:
Sorry, it was an error... I'm new here!
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