Java library implementing the SMPP protocol, and allowing development of External Short Message Entities (ESMEs) and more
It is based on the OpenSmpp library from http://sourceforge.net/projects/smstools/
OpenSMPP is based on the original Logica SMPP libraries. It contains several bug fixes, and has been generally refactored.
- core - the core library
- charset - character sets useful in SMPP
- client - a simple SMPP client
- sim - a simple SMSC simulator
Versions of this project are managed according to the Semantic Versioning specification.
Copyright (c) 2005, OpenSmpp Project All rights reserved.
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This software was originally issued under the Logica Open Source License Version 1.0, but was subsequently put in the public domain under the current BSD licence, which was deemed closest to the spirit of the original licence.