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i want to connect gprs modem with my form 10g. right now i am using it it in hyperterminal through AT command. Plz help me to do this.
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This is not really an Oracle question. If you have a GPRS modem you need to configure it to be used as a network connection so your web requests go via the modem. You should ask this on a different zone for more help. Perhaps use request attention for assistance.
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i actually want to send sms through GPRS modem which is on com port 1

please help me to do this
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I recommed that you use an SMS gateway software such as Ozeki NG (google ozeki sms)
It has a web services API. Otherwise you'll need to write the SMS API yourself to use the GPRS/SMS commands in the modem.
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thanks a lot but can you send some example of SMS API
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Can i connect my from to hyperterminal through OLE
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i found that i can use smslib for this can you help for do this
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http://code.google.com/p/smslib/

This is a Java or .NET lib. I will add these zones to your question until you can clarify which direction you want to go in. Please also consider an SMS server like Ozeki that I recommended, I have implemented SMS projects with it quite well.
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thanks lot i have done it  through Ozeki but i need to develop a oracle form for sending SMS without Ozeki
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Oracle forms has no builtin capability to interface  directly with a modem. To interface with an SMS system, you must call an SMS gateway via a Web service or some other API. You can use Oracle AS to call Oracle's Wireless service, which is also a pay service.

http://www.oracle.com/technology/products/ias/portal/point/sms/installation.html

The way I have seen this done is via PL/SQL calling the web service. Ozeki and others have a web services API, or you can also use a 3rd party Internet SMS gateway (Clickatel, KORE, etc.)

http://www.oracle.com/technology/products/forms/htdocs/10gr2/howto/webservicefromforms/ws_10_1_3_from_forms.html

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will try and let you know soon
thanks a lot
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