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Replacement OF comm.jar

 
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Hi Everybody

Sun is removed the link to download comm.jar from its site. This mean there should be some alternative library to connect to COM port.

I am trying to send SMS from my PC using GSM modem. All the code sample I found over the net is using the comm API. Which is I thought depreciated.

Please tell if comm.jar is the only solution or there is other way to do this.
 
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Did you try Google ? I found a couple of Java SMS libraries with just a quick search.
 
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hi Joanne Neal

Ya I look over google also and there is smpp-api and open-smpp library available. This need account in SIM service provider.

I dont want to go to them I just need to connect my GSM device and start sending SMS.

Thanks and Regards
 
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The http://faq.javaranch.com/java/JavaIoFaq has information on where to get a Windows version of this API, and also points to alternative libraries.

(As an aside, I've shortened your signature which was excessively long and distracting from the actual content.)
[ November 25, 2008: Message edited by: Ulf Dittmer ]
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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