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I want to send out a WAP Push SMS, i.e. SMS containing WAP data like a link which user can follow, I have been trying to send it using the OpenSMPP API here
http://www.artofmobile.com/2007/04/19/how-to-send-wap-push-data-through-smpp/#more-9
but I guess something is going wrong, some parameter value is wrong therefore either I am getting junk in my SMS when I am recieving it, or the SMSC is returning a negetive response upon submission.
I would appreciate if anyone could let me know the exact values of the parameters like
ESMClass,
Datacoding,
TON,
NPI
Note that I am able to send out a normal SMS perfectly fine, I also tried sending the service type as WAP, (which is blank in the above tutorial) but message does not push through.

Any help will be highly appreciated,
Thanks
 
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Your URL is broken.

WAP is just a message formatting standard. To push it, you'll need a client and server that support push and open firewalls for whatever channel you're using.
 
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Thanks Tim,

URL opens fine for me. I am still reasearching on this issue.
 
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OK,

found the solution, it turned out that I was not properly doing the binary encoding of the message. So I got some help from here

http://www.artofmobile.com/2007/05/05/how-to-convert-si-message-to-gsm-sms-user-data/

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