Messaging and PUSH API Toolkit for Lotus Mobile Connect 6.1.0
The IBM(R) Lotus(R) Mobile Connect Messaging Services and Push Toolkit is an SDK that provides APIs, technical documentation, and samples that help you write applications that work with the Connection Manager configured as messaging services. APIs are provided for Java(R) and C.
The WebSphere Everyplace Connection Manager, formerly sold as the IBM Everyplace Wireless Gateway, has been enhanced, repackaged, and renamed to IBM(R) Lotus(R) Mobile Connect. In this document, the terms "Connection Manager" and "Wireless Gateway" can be considered interchangeable.
Application developers use the Messaging Services and Push APIs to write applications called Push Initiators. A Push Initiator (PI) is a message-processing application that pushes messages from wired networks to devices such as cellular phones and pagers, without these devices having to request the messages in advance. A client device can be a Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) end-user device, a Global System for Mobile Communications Short Messaging System (GSM-SMS) mobile phone, a Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) e-mail client, a Simple Network Pager Protocol (SNPP)-supported paging device, a Mobitex end-user device, DataTAC end-user device, or to a device accessible through the RPA Wireless message delivery service. Examples of push messages are stock quotes, news, traffic and weather reports, and e-mail-arrival notifications.
In addition to writing PIs, the APIs in this SDK support writing applications that can receive messages originating from mobile devices.
Lotus Mobile Connect 6.1.0
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