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It also requires the [[Capabilities (Symbian Signed)/ReadDeviceData Capability|ReadDeviceData]] and [[Capabilities (Symbian Signed)/WriteDeviceData Capability|WriteDeviceData]] capabilities from the '''open signed online''' category. Read more about [[Capabilities]].
 
It also requires the [[Capabilities (Symbian Signed)/ReadDeviceData Capability|ReadDeviceData]] and [[Capabilities (Symbian Signed)/WriteDeviceData Capability|WriteDeviceData]] capabilities from the '''open signed online''' category. Read more about [[Capabilities]].
  
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symbian {
 
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TARGET.CAPABILITY = ReadUserData \
 
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===Headers===
 
===Headers===
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#include <qtmessaging.h>
 
#include <qtmessaging.h>
  
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// connect messages state-change signal to our slot, to get notification     
 
// connect messages state-change signal to our slot, to get notification     
 
connect(&m_MessageServiceAction, SIGNAL(stateChanged(QMessageServiceAction::State)), this, SLOT(messageStateChanged(QMessageServiceAction::State)));     
 
connect(&m_MessageServiceAction, SIGNAL(stateChanged(QMessageServiceAction::State)), this, SLOT(messageStateChanged(QMessageServiceAction::State)));     

Revision as of 04:18, 11 October 2012

Article Metadata
Tested with
Devices(s): Nokia N97 Mini, Nokia N900
Compatibility
Platform(s): S60 5th Edition, Maemo 5
Symbian
Platform Security
Signing Required: DevCert required
Capabilities: ReadUserData, WriteUserData, ReadDeviceData, WriteDeviceData
Article
Keywords: QMessageServiceAction, QMessageId
Created: skumar_rao (07 Jul 2010)
Last edited: hamishwillee (11 Oct 2012)

Warning.pngWarning: This example is outdated and may not compile with new sdks; see this for new examples Qt Mobility API Basic Examples Part 1

Tip.pngTip: Read this article before moving forward: Archived:Setting up environment for Qt Mobility API

Contents

Overview

The following code shows how to send an SMS using Qt Mobility.

Keywords

Project configuration file (.Pro file)

  • Add the Qt Mobility project configuration option in the .Pro file as shown below
CONFIG += mobility
MOBILITY += messaging

The use of Messaging requires the ReadUserData and WriteUserData capabilities from the user granted category. It also requires the ReadDeviceData and WriteDeviceData capabilities from the open signed online category. Read more about Capabilities.

symbian {
TARGET.CAPABILITY = ReadUserData \
WriteUserData \
ReadDeviceData \
WriteDeviceData
}

Headers

#include <qtmessaging.h>
 
private slots:
void messageStateChanged(QMessageServiceAction::State s);
private:
QMessageServiceAction m_MessageServiceAction;
QMessageId m_sendId;

Source file

// connect messages state-change signal to our slot, to get notification    
connect(&m_MessageServiceAction, SIGNAL(stateChanged(QMessageServiceAction::State)), this, SLOT(messageStateChanged(QMessageServiceAction::State)));
 
void send_sms::QtSendSMSMessage(QString address, QString body) {
// Prepare QMessage with address & body
QMessage message;
message.setType(QMessage::Sms);
message.setTo(QMessageAddress(address, QMessageAddress::Phone));
message.setBody(body);
 
if (iMessageServiceAction.send(message)) {
sendId = message.id();
}
else {
// message sending failed
}
}
 
void send_sms::messageStateChanged(QMessageServiceAction::State s) {
if (s == QMessageServiceAction::Successful) {
// message send successful
}
else {
// message sending failed
}
}

Classes

Reference links

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