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C# SMS API - onMessageDeliveredToHandset
This event is invoked by the SMS Gateway when the
SMS is received on the destination mobile phone. The SMS delivered to handset
notification is sent from the network to the system in a separate SMS message.
This event happens some time after the
SMS delivered to network event occurs.
The time depends on when the destination mobile phone becomes available.
If the destination phone is never switched off it might never arrive.
To handle this event, the following delegate type is used:
public delegate void DeliveryEventHandler(string messageID, DateTime
And the following event is accessed:
public event DeliveryEventHandler onMessageDeliveredToHandset;
string messageID, DateTime deliveryTime);
Create a function with this header and attach it to the
onMessageDelivedToHandset event to receive notifications
about message delivery to handset events.
messageID - The message
id that was returned by the SMS Gateway when you have posted
the message for sending using the
deliveryTime - The
timestamp that is returned by the SMS service provider about the delivery
Step 1. - Create the event handling function:
void myDeliveredToHandsetHandler(string messageID, DateTime
console.writeln("The message is delivered to the handset");
Step 2. - Attach this event to the SMSClient object:
mySMSClient.onMessageDeliveredToHandset += ServerEventSink.wrap(myDeliveredToHandsetHandler);
Hint: Notice the ServerEventSink.wrap method, that is used to attach the event.
This wrapper is used to work around an error that can happen when
asynchronous callbacks are invoked in .NET remoting.
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