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SMS – Simulator
The Simulator creates a virtual environment for the Content Providers (CPs) to test the created applications before connecting with the real-world system. The applications can be tested with actual validations using the simulator.
Following are the software requirements need to install the TAP Simulator.
- Java – version 1.6.0 or upper
- Install Java in Windows:
- Install Java in Linux:
Other required libraries are bundled in the package.
Start-Up the Simulator
Step 1: Extract the sdk-standalone-1.0.0-distribution.zip file
Step 2: Go to the bin folder of the extracted file
Step 3: Start the TAP using sdp-simulator.bat file placed in the bin folder.
Linux – sh sdp-simulator console
Windows – sdp-simulator.bat console
TAP can be accessed from URL http://localhost:10001/
Stop the Simulator
Press Ctrl + C to stop the simulator
Using the Simulator
SDP clients can send requests to the SDP Simulator. Created applications can be used to send requests to the simulator.
“Customers Phone” displays the messages received to the customer’s phone.
When a message is received to the customer’s phone, the phone screen displays the message as shown in the figure above.
Similarly, the “Messages sent to Customer” section shows the messages with the details (message sent time, destination phone number and message content) as shown in the figure below.
User can still test the MT part alone (without MO) with any application provided that it can send MT messages.
For that, send the MT message to the following URL (which accepts SMS MT) and the MT message will be displayed in the simulator.
To send a message to the application, the CP can use the provided interface in the simulator. Refer the figure below.
Above interface is to simulate message sending to the application.
If Delivery Report is required, the option under “Additional Requests” should be selected.Then the “Delivery Report URL” has to be specified, as in the figure below.
Enter the details as follows.
|FIELD NAME||DESCRIPTION||SAMPLE VALUE|
|URL||The URL where the application is||http://localhost:5555/mo-receiver|
|Application ID||Unique ID of the Application||APP_00001|
|Password||Password of the application. The application password will be autogenerated when the application is created.||password|
|Customer Number||The phone number from which the message is sent||94232323232|
|To Number||The phone number which receives the message||77000|
|Encoding||Message encoding type||Text, Binary|
(If the encoding type is set to “Binary” the Binary header should be specified. This is applicable only for SMS service. Refer figure 3.5)
|applicationId||Message content||Test Message|
|Delivery Report Required||Select the check box to generate Delivery Report request from the application side|
|Delivery Report URL||URL which sends delivery reports to the application.||http://localhost:5555/deliveryReportsms|
|Status/Error Code||Select the response status/error code to generate, when MT (Mobile Termination) message received from application.||S1000:Success|
Following figure shows sample Status/Error codes.
If the “Encoding” type selected as “Binary”, a Binary Header has to be specified. Refer the figure below.
Once the values are entered correctly, click on the “Send” button.
The messages sent to the application will be displayed with its sent time, phone number, message content and status under “Message sent to Application” section.
Response Error Codes
This can respond to a message sent by the client application. A response code will be sent to the destination phone number and the corresponding response shall be identified accordingly.
This will send following error codes to the preconfigured phone numbers as given in the list.
For any other number this will send success response.
|Phone Number||Status Code||Description|
|9900001||E1301||App Not Available Error|
|9900003||E1302||SP Not Available Error|
|9900004||E1303||Invalid Host IP Error|
|9900005||E1304||App Not Found Error|
|9900006||E1305||Invalid App ID Error|
|9900007||E1306||Invalid Routing key Error|
|9900008||E1307||SP Not Found Error|
|9900009||E1310||MO Not Allowed Error|
|9900012||E1311||MT Not Allowed Error|
|9900013||E1312||Invalid Request Error|
|9900014||E1313||Authentication Failed Error|
|9900015||E1314||NCS Not Available Error|
|9900016||E1315||App Connection Refused Error|
|9900017||E1316||MSISDN Not Allowed Error|
|9900018||E1317||TPS Exceeded Error|
|9900019||E1318||TPD Exceeded Error|
|9900020||E1319||AT Message Failed Error|
|9900021||E1320||SBL Fail Error|
|9900022||E1321||Sender Not Allowed Error|
|9900023||E1322||Recipient Not Allowed Error|
|9900024||E1323||HTTP Request Not Allowed Error|
|9900025||E1324||Invalid MSISDN Error|
|9900026||E1325||Insufficient Fund Error|
|9900027||E1326||Charging Not Allowed Error|
|9900028||E1327||Charging Operation Not Allowed Error|
|9900029||E1328||Charging Amount Too High Error|
|9900030||E1329||Charging Amount Too Low Error|
|9900031||E1330||Invalid Sender Address Error|
|9900051||E1350||Subscription Reg Blocked Error|
|9900052||E1351||Subscription Reg Already Registered|
|9900053||E1352||Subscription Reg SLA Error|
|9900054||E1353||Subscription Reg Charging Error|
|9900031||E1330||Invalid Sender Address Error|
|9900055||E1354||Subscription Unreg SLA Error|
|9900056||E1355||Subscription Unreg Blocked Error|
|9900057||E1356||Subscription Unreg Not Registered|