API Wrapper for SMSLib, Simply send SMS using your HSDPA dongle with Java
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README

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	   SMS DURA API WRAPPER  
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@author: Harsha Siriwardena (http://harshadura.github.io)
@license: Apache License (see LICENSE file)

Credits: SMSLib (http://smslib.org)

smsdura jar class: https://gist.github.com/harshadura/4702043
Guide: http://goo.gl/aqwSu

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Required Software
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(01)    Java 1.6
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    Prerequisites
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    Java Communications Library
    Java Comm Installation
    RxTx Installation
    Apache log4j
    Apache Jakarta Commons - NET
    JSMPP Library

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	External Configurations for the JVM on the targeted machine. (Strictly Recommended!)
	[These files can be found in <extras> folder of the Project path.)
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Java Comm Installation <comm dir>
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	File comm.jar should go under JDKDIR/jre/lib/ext/ [Normally JDKDIR can be found in > C:\Program Files\Java]
    File javax.comm.properties should go under JDKDIR/jre/lib/
    Library files (i.e. win32com.dll for Win32 or the .so Linux library files) should go under JDKDIR/jre/bin/
	If you have a separate JRE directory, do the same copies for the JREDIR directory!

RxTx Installation <rxtx dir>
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    File RXTXcomm.jar should go under JDKDIR/jre/lib/ext/
    The necessary library (e.g.. for Linux 32bit, the librxtxSerial.so) should go under JDKDIR/jre/bin/
	If you have a separate JRE directory, do the same copies for the JREDIR directory!