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Re: [K-Logs] How K-Logs will evolve

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  • Dody Gunawinata
    Sal Central only implements one way messaging using the SMS. Check out http://www.mtnsms.com. Its service allow you to send and receive SMS messages on the
    Message 1 of 3 , Oct 24, 2001
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      Sal Central only implements one way messaging using the SMS. Check out http://www.mtnsms.com Its service allow you to send and receive SMS messages on the web. If they have a SOAP/XML-RPC interface, there's a lot of interesting stuff you can do with Radio (e.g. blogging from a car stuck in a traffic jam :o). A lot of outdoor related service/work can benefits from this type of service.

      regards,

      dody g.
      ----- Original Message -----
      From: John Robb
      To: klogs@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Wednesday, October 24, 2001 4:17 PM
      Subject: Re: [K-Logs] How K-Logs will evolve


      Dody,

      Excellent idea. There is already a SOAP gateway for SMS services available on Sal Central:

      http://www.salcentral.com/asp/spec.asp?WSURL=http://sal006.salnetwork.com:83/lucin/SMSMessaging/Process.xml

      For example: Radio already connects to SOAP and XML-RPC services. So a one page SMS aggregator or one click SMS publishing functionality built into your Radio K-Log should be a simple thing to add.

      Salcentral is getting lots of play by listing SOAP and XML-RPC services (if you don't know what this means here is a one line explanation: Web services are a way to ask a remote program to do something for you and send you the result over the Internet, such as send a message to an SMS phone or calculate a price/earnings ratio on a stock and tell me what it is). Next on the list for Sal's SOAP gateways: fax, pager, speech, and Tapi (phone).

      Sincerely,

      John Robb
      http://jrobb.userland.com


      ----- Original Message -----
      From: Dody Gunawinata

      For truly mobile workers, the 4th generation K-Log software will want to have two-way integration with SMS messages(mobile phone). Anywhere in the world, you will have a better chance of finding a mobile phone network (probably GSM) than finding an ISP you can use immediately. There are lots of SMS based conversation happening and it's being used widely.




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