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Re: issue in SMS Connectivity

by davido (Archbishop)
on Dec 11, 2012 at 08:52 UTC ( #1008242=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to issue in SMS Connectivity

It's a message from the SMPP gateway, and I think it's coming from your new_transmitter() call. Why don't you change your error message "print" statements to "warn", so that a line number gets reported. That will help to disambiguate what point along the way the message is being generated.

Out of curiosity, is it intentional that your "system_type" and "system_id" are being set to the same value?


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Re^2: issue in SMS Connectivity
by rammoorthi (Novice) on Dec 11, 2012 at 09:51 UTC
    hi, i was getting error in the following code only
    $resp_pdu = $smpp->submit_sm( destination_addr => '9610985672', short_message => 'Hello World. via SMPP' ) or die; print "PDU_resp ERROR: " . $resp_pdu->explain_status()

    i tried with country code as well like +91 before the mobile number. still same error.

    There is no intention that system type and id is same. i got this from system admin.

    thanks in advance ram

      The error isn't about the destination address so why change that? It sounds like the server is expecting a non-null source address so pass one with source_addr in the call to submit_sm.

      $resp_pdu = $smpp->submit_sm( source_addr => '', # add your source address here destination_addr => '9610985672', short_message => 'Hello World. via SMPP' ) or die; print "PDU_resp ERROR: " . $resp_pdu->explain_status()

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