[jdev] SMS transport - more precisions

Sébastien Falquier sebastien.falquier at atchik.com
Wed Apr 13 04:33:35 CDT 2005

Thanks Peter,

It is a pity that the JGF no longer exists because a JEP-0114 compliant framework would simplify a lot component developement.
Moreover, since I have never coded in Python, I had a look to JSO and I start wondering how to do the job...


> On Tue, Apr 12, 2005 at 10:14:11AM +0200, S?bastien Falquier wrote:
> > Indeed, I would like to get an external component (JEP-0114 compliant)
> > preferably written in Java or C/C++ that would enable XMPP users to send
> > SMSs to users of a cellular phones network. This transport component
> > should rely directly on the provider's SMS server, using a basic SMS
> > client.
> AFAIK, there is no such component available as open source. There may be
> some commercial SMS transports but of course they are not free....
> > If such a kind of component does not exist, as I am new to XMPP, could
> > someone give me some clues to develop one: a skelton of a generic
> > transport component
> The Jabber Gateway Framework might have helped, but I don't think any
> code was ever released for it.
> You might check out JSO if you want to do component development in Java:
> http://jso.jabberstudio.org/
> > , some advices on how to build a transport component
> > that responds to these needs (Is it necessary to use RFC 3922 in this
> > case?)
> No. SMS doesn't know anything about CPIM. You would simply do the
> transformation directly from XMPP to SMS.
> > , contacts that could help me, or anything else that could help me
> > to start...
> Keep asking questions on this list, look at some of the existing
> gateway projects, etc. If you're not wedded to Java, C, or C++, you
> might think about writing it in Python using the Twisted libraries,
> which seem to be quite popular for writing components and gateways
> (PyMSNt, PyAIMt, etc.).
> Peter

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