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  1. #1
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    CIMD2 specification clarification

    1) A CIMD message like Login message is encoded as

    <stx>01:001<tab>010:UserName<tab>011:Password<tab><etx>

    However my doubt is whether this is the format in which the message is obtained from the CIMD SMSC Centre TCP link or is it the hexadecimal value of each byte of the previous message like

    230313A303031....

    2) The Integer commandType says that valid values are 0 to 9. However parameters like Validity Period Relative have valid values of -1 to 255 though it is an Integer !!!

    3) Do all the parameters of type Address need to be swaped as they are semi-octets ?? For example if the destination number is 98451-87654 need to be encoded as

    021:8954816745<tab>

    OR

    021:9845187654<tab>

    Thanks,
    Saijee

  2. #2
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    RE: CIMD2 specification clarification

    Hi,

    1) Can you please be more specific what you mean ?

    2) You can imaging integer in CIMD spec as number field (not text
    field).

    3) If your destination number is 9845187654 and you need to send it
    you will use the following syntax:

    021:9845187654<tab>

    Antti/Forum Nokia

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