How Is Sending SMS Through Java Possible

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Bulk SMS marketing become a great tool to market your product and services. Sending promotional or Transactional SMS is quite easy, fast and cheapest method to notify your presence in your customer’s life. Sending SMS Using Java allow people to send automated Bulk SMS.

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How Is Sending SMS Through Java Possible Marketers say that combined approach over all channels is essential. If a company wants to reach their target audience in today’s IT world then they need to develop incorporated internet marketing strategies. For developing a strong and marketable brand this strategy should link responsive web design mobile applications SMS marketing with direct marketing email marketing etc. Since Java has endemic method calls to send HTTP requests HTTP provides the best way to send SMS messages to distant mobile devices. The three major participants of the Java SMS solution are following: 1. Your Java SMS application: Java SMS application is a software developed in Java that can be used to deliver messages. A basic SMS application can be freely extended as per your requirements. You can use HTTP to create a connection between Java application and SMS Gateway that allow you Sending SMS using Java. 2. SMS Gateway: An SMS gateway allows your system to send or receive SMS to or from a telecommunications network. It is able to send an SMS coming from your Java application through HTTP to the Short Message Service Center SMSC of the mobile service provider via SMPP IP SMS connection or a GSM modem. To be able to deliver SMS messages using HTTP you will require an Bulk SMS gateway that has a built-in server. It allows you to deliver SMS from your application by calling a URL or through HTTP Post method. 3. Mobile phone user: This is the final point in case of delivering SMS messages. This is the receiver of SMS you wish to send and that can be your client your business partner a colleague a friend or any other. The Transactional SMS that has been delivered from your Java application will be sent to the mobile number of this user. The use of third-party solutions or shrink-wrapped Java Software Development Kits gives a very easy and effective method for sending and receiving Transactional SMS. Always keep in mind that major solutions will have licensing and usage fees because carriers set their own final cost. Integrating SMTP will definitely provide a low-priority path to a restricted number of wireless devices but the number of email-supporting devices is very low on an international level. The use of SMTP also creates different serious yet hidden clashes with the delivery of text-messages. If reliability performance and scalability are significant concerns when integrating text-messaging into your own applications then seeking a third-party component like MSG91 may be your ultimate solution

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//Your authentication key String authkey "YourAuthKey" //Multiple mobiles numbers separated by comma String mobiles "9999999" //Sender IDWhile using route4 sender id should be 6 characters long. String senderId "102234" //Your message to send Add URL encoding here. String message "Test message" //define route String route"default" //Prepare Url URLConnection myURLConnectionnull URL myURLnull BufferedReader readernull //encoding message String encoded_messageURLEncoder.encodemessage //Send SMS API String mainUrl"https://control.msg91.com/api/sendhttp.php" //Prepare parameter string StringBuilder sbPostData new StringBuilderurl sbPostData.append"authkey"+authkey sbPostData.append"mobiles"+mobiles sbPostData.append"message"+encoded_message sbPostData.append"route"+route sbPostData.append"sender"+senderId //final string mainUrl sbPostData.toString try //prepare connection myURL new URLmainUrl myURLConnection myURL.openConnection myURLConnection.connect reader new BufferedReadernew InputStreamReadermyURLConnection.getInputStream //reading response String response while response reader.readLine null //print response System.out.printlnresponse //finally close connection reader.close catch IOException e e.printStackTrace

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