What is an SQL database?
SQL (Structured Query Language) is a
database computer language designed for the retrieval and management of
data in relational database management systems (RDBMS), database schema
creation and modification, and database object access control management.
Can I save incoming SMS messages
(sender address, message text, timestamp) in a database server
Yes, you can
save messages with the database user, or you can configure SQL logging.
The software supports MySQL, MSSQl, Oracle, Access, Postgres, Sybase, and all
other database servers that have an OleDb or ODBC driver. It is very easy to
setup the SQL connection. More information is available at:
Database user page
I would like to specify different
sender mobile numbers for outgoing messages. Is it possible to do it in the
SQL tables to assign the sender mobile number?
Yes, it is possible.
You should use the originator field to specify the sender number.
configure this option, you have to check the "overrideable" checkbox in the
sender address section, in the advanced tab of the SQL User configuration
I would like to use one database for
many "database users". Is this possible?
Yes, it is possible,
but you should use different database tables.
For the first database user, you can use ozekimessagein and ozekimessagout for
receiving and sending messages. For the second database user, you need to use
different table names. For example, you can use ozekimessagein2 and
ozekimessageout2. These tables can have the
same structure as ozekimessagein and ozekimessageout. After you have created
the tables with the new names, you should modify the SQL templates on the
configuration form of the second database user in Ozeki NG. In these SQL
templates you should change the table names to match the new tables.
When I insert Data into
Ozekimessageout table I didn't get message to my cell phone.
what would be cause that I didn't get the text message that it is
inserted into out table using my SQL console.
First you must find out if the problem is in the SQL to Ozeki or in
the Ozeki to mobile network connection. To do this, first send a test
SMS from the graphical user interface of the Ozeki software. If the SMS
arrives to the recipient mobile phone, the problem is not in the mobile network
The next step is to see if your SMS messages get from the database
to the Ozeki software. To check this, insert some messages into the
ozekimessageout table, then check the outbox of the database user in
the graphical user interface of the Ozeki software.
Once you have identified the location of the problem, read the event list of
the corresponding module and find the error message. The error message will
probably give you some hints that will help you to resolve the issue.