writing a small application on sending a simple text sms like TEXT to the PC and it will get into the database (mySQL) to search for the information on it and reply back the result to the user. how to start on the application and the hardware i need in order to do it.
I need to send/receive faxes through my web application, and I am not sure where to begin.Basically, a client clicks a button to send a fax, and records in the database under the client's name when a fax is received.Preferably through an API from a service based fax company... I will be hosting this application on a dedicated server, I don't think they allow using their modems.I am using .NET and VB.
I am doing a project on sending and receiving sms. But I do not know how start. But I have found this website that it teaches how to write the application on sending and receiving sms. What I see is that, it have different classes that is using. I have a dateline to finish my project on this. Here is the link that I am trying to learn from. [URL]
i have the following code that i send a command over the network to a Onkyo A/V reciever. I would like to get the feedback from that as well but i can not seem to find a way of doing that. I know the command to send to have it send something back but as for the code below, it only sends out a command and doesnt listen for a return.[code]
I am stuck with a problem of sending out an Arraylist from a client to a server.I am doing the following code to serialize and send out the arraylist from my client, but not sure how to collect it from the server side:
Private Sub Button1_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, _ ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Button1.Click Dim i As Integer[code]..............
I am working on system support for an electronics project wherein I have to receive an 8 bit (binary) data through a USB port and store either the binary or the corresponding decimal into a variable. How can I implement this in visual basic 2010?
I am doing a project on sending and receiving sms. I am doing this using the visual studios 2005 ans SQL Server Database to store the send or received sms. I have search on sms in the internet but the problem is that it is using C# as I am using the vb.net language. Even though some of the research that i came across is in vb.net but the application did not work.
In my research, the sending and receiving of sms application uses sms gateway, AT command. But I am not sure which one to use becoz I am doing this application for my project. Hope for any recommendation on which one to use either the sms gateway or AT command or any other device. My lecturer said that my project is most likely like the M2U Mozat. Not only that I am doing the sms but also the email. The email part is done by my partner but the problem is that he creates the email using the SMTP server. How can using a SMTP server to create sms? It is because the part that I am doing which is the sms and the email to combine together.
I am doing a project on creating send and receive sms application just like a software named Mozat M2U. I just want to know what are the different ways of sending and receiving sms. When I am doing my research, some of it uses sms gateway which is some application is using is for a trial. After that, the sms gateway have to pay. Besides the gateway, some uses the AT command using the GSM modem or phone.
The project that i am doing is for my school. The project that I am doing is not only send/received one sms but in bulk. Besides that I am getting all the contact lists from the SQL Server and I am doing the application on visual studios 2005. I am getting no where after searching the net for example. Hope that anyone would help me. I have my dateline for doing this project.[URL] Besides that my friend is doing the email part but it uses the SMTP server. So how to combine both the email and sms. If using the SMTP server, can i send sms?
Although there are already a few resources online that address this rough topic, I still haven't found an answer that works for me.I desire to have full communication between my VB.net process and my C++ process. I would like to be able to send a string to and from the C++ process, but for the time being I need to achieve:
Sending a string to the C++ process, and handling it.This creates a few points that I am uncertain on, but I'll try to keep this as simple as possible...using the following function declaration in VB;[code]....
And finally, I used the IPC example here to send the message. This example sends the message using C#, but the concept was all I needed (not to mention that it's a walk in the park to convert such code to VB). Note that in my VB implementation, I didn't need to terminate the string with a null character.
I would like to know if there is a way that I can read what a program sends to a device when connected to a comport.
I work with cell phones. I use a few programs like CDMA Workshop, QPST, QXDM, and Many more to communicate with these devices and program them as I need for each cellular carrier. We call this flashing or provisioning.
I would like to create my own program that I can have it send the commands and write to the device what I need to write.
Obviously I know exactly what I need to write to it but I have no idea what commands to use other than using the programs that already have those commands for me.
So for example when I click READ for the NAM on the program, the program automatically reads the name for me. I just want to know how do I read what commands are being sent. Is there a way to listen to the ports?
I was trying to develop a video chat p2p system by sending bitmap of the picturebox where the webcam performs. I want to send and make the client just prompted without having the client to save the file by opening savefiledialog of the bitmap i was sending.
The sending part was like first I copy the frame of the picturebox which showing the video cam, and saved it into memorystream as .bmp file like this:
ms = New MemoryStream() Dim a As Image a = Server1.copyFrame(Me.PictureBox1, New RectangleF(0, 0, _
All,I am trying to implement something so that my VB can be able to send/receive SMS messages to cell phone(modem). I tried researching a bit and found out that we can use MsComm control to do this but it is not available in Visual Basic express 2008 edition. Can we use serial port class to do this? If yes, how could we implement this?
My latest project requires both sending and receiving emails. Now i know how to send emails using a gmail account, but what im having incredible difficulty with, is accepting emails. What i want, is to have a program that both has the ability to send emails, and capture emails being sent to the logged in user, and place them in an inbox list. I was wondering if anyone knew how to receive emails with a program, even temporarily, so that when an email is sent to the user, my program knows about it, and can take the body from the email, and place it in say a textbox.
The server is a .bat file that turns into a command prompt, and I need to be able to send commands like "stop" or "op player" and then I also need to be able to see the output from the cmd in a textbox. I found a code that can start and read what the cmd says but I can't send any commands to it.
Does anyone knows how to program using vb.net with rs232 module?, all i know is that i should use a compolet, but i can't understand a thing regarding the sending and receiving bit data to the machine..
I'm trying to control a serial port device that both send and receives data. I can receive data quite happily from the serial port but I don't appear to be able to send data to the device. The device works perfectly as I can test it using putty, I open putty select serial and select 1200 baud, the device immediately lights up and can send and receive. However when the port is set up and opened in VB the device doesn't light up so I can't send data to it but can receive data from it. According to the instructions I need to send either ASCII 'X' Hex '$58' or Decimal '88' to make the device ready.
Code (VB Studio 2005) :- Public Sub New(ByVal synchronisingObject As ISynchronizeInvoke) ComPortUsed = My.Computer.Registry.GetValue("HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESoftwareNJB", "COMUSED", Nothing) PricePerTrack = My.Computer.Registry.GetValue("HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESoftwareNJB", "PRICETRACK", Nothing) Me.synchronisingObject = synchronisingObject [Code] .....
I am developing an application which is pretty much a replacement of a hyperterminal. I am trying to send commands to the serial port using MSComm in VB6.0 When I type in on the hyperterminal h003128 I get a response OK. Or when I type in i003 it displays back some values.
What I am trying to figure out how do I send the h003128 via VB6. I believe I've undertood how to send data to the port. It seems I am not getting the correct formate. This wont work.. the formate iAAADDD where i = i AAA = 003 and DDD = 128 MSComm1.Output "i003128"
Opening and closing the port works fine, and as far as i can tell, the serial.write("blahblah") should be writing to the output buffer, but I am unable to test or verify this by reading it in. the commented "Receive data from serial port" and subsequent DoUpdate() function are where i am having trouble. It doesnt seem to actually be reading in the data if it is in fact writing it correctly.
I have a very basic knowledge of coding, just enough to understand some PicBASIC Pro and program a microchip to send the values of some variables to a PC via the com port. I've used a terminal utility like Hyperterm to confirm the right variables are being sent, so I thought it would be cool to have a custom application on the PC to display these variables, and possible set them via the application by writing the new one back to the PIC. So I downloaded VB express 2008 - and whilst it was "simple" to draw a box and add a few text boxes I'm lost at how to actually do anything practical with it
Could someone advise me in laymens terms exactly what I need to do inorder to populate the text boxes with the data from the PIC micro. Whilst I understand the basics about BASIC, I have no idea on things like classes etc
I'm trying to write my own SMTP server at the moment so that people can use it in their applications to send and receive emails.I am having a few problems at the moment with the TcpListener side of things though. Basically I do not want to start the TcpListener in the constructor of my class because people could be using this SMTP Server class just to send emails and might not care about receiving them. In fact the majority of people that use it will probably use it for that reason, to send and not to receive.
So I am now considering breaking this into 2 totally separate projects that have no dependencies on each other, but could easily be used in the same application if required. The reason I designed this with both 'features' in the same project in the first place was because that is how an SMTP server works - it can receive incoming SMTP requests and it can send SMTP server requests to other servers (and in some cases, receiving an SMTP request would cause it to send an SMTP command to another server)
I've created a simple licensing system for a friend who has created visual basic programs which he sells at a few dollars each (they're speciality programs).The licensing system is coded in PHP (I'm a PHP coder), and the system requires the user to input their license key upon start up, if there is not already an activated key (which is created in a .txt doc)
I'm writing a GUI-based app in VB.net that talks to a LambdaMOO server via telnet, sends commands to display the object hierarchy, then parses the output and creates a visual representation of the object hierarchy.So my question is: is there some kind of "telnet client" class for .NET to simplify the sending and receiving of data, or do I have to write my own using the socket API?
I used the tool about 3 years ago to create the classes for a webservice client to send or recieve arrays as complex data. Now i have to update these classes, since there are additional informations, that have to be exchanged. When i use the tool now with the new wsdl-files, it does'nt create the classes for complex data (structur, IGCTMObjectFactory), but only one class for simple data. In addition i have to establish a new client, that sends an array of complex data and receives another array of complex data. I tried to build the classes manually combining the client that sends an array with the client, that receives an array, but I failed.
I am trying to Send an Email with an attachment (using Gmail) but I keep getting errors like "Operation Timed out" or Failure Sending Email". It was working earlier today but I found out that i needed to add Using statement because the email was having a file open that had to be deleted after it was sent but afterwards it doesn't work.
Here's what I have (Portion of it): Private Sub SendMailOneAttachment(ByVal un As String, ByVal pass As String, Optional ByVal smtp As String = "smtp.gmail.com") Using oAttach As Net.Mail.Attachment = New Net.Mail.Attachment((Environment.GetFolderPath(Environment.SpecialFolder.LocalApplicationData) & "\" & My.Computer.Name & "_" & fName & " .zip")) Dim client As SmtpClient = New SmtpClient(smtp) [Code] .....
The ports are correct I believe, no firewall up on my PC...
I am tring to send e-mail used VB 2008. Below is my code. The error message I am getting is "5 Failure sending mail at System.Net.mail.client.send(MailMessage message).I have two questions. 1.) What am I doing wrong? & 2.) Is there a way the get a more description error message.
message As New System.Net.Mail.MailMessage Dim mySmtpsvr[code].....
I am having trouble with receiving bytes using HttpWebResponse.I can receive them just fine with WebClient, which I believe is just a wrapper for HttpWebResponse.Anyway, I put together some example code to re-create the situation. [code] If you just paste it into a empty Form1 and hit F5, it will create all controls automatically.I would use WebClient, but I want to get one byte at a time so I can have a detailed progress indicator, and I couldn't find any way to do that with WebClient.WebClient SendDataAsync has some serious problems where it only fires its progress update events like 3 times.Also, you will see if you press the button, it takes like 20 seconds of doing absolutely nothing, and then all of a sudden it downloads all the data in like a split second.If you press the button again and again, it only takes a split second.But the first time you push it, it takes for ever.Does anyone know why and how to fix that? [code] for the sake of all that is good and holy, don't use ACCESS, EXCEL, or a TEXT FILE as a database.If you want your program to use a "local database", without any of the hassle of setting up a MS SQL or MySQL server, just click this link: >>> SQLite <<<
Actually my project is based on rfid. The transmitter sends data to the remote reciever that is attached to the pc through USB. Now i have to design a VB.net interface for the recieved data.I dont know how to program and get data from USB and utilize it. I only have to receive the data and not to send.
I am trying to receive about 900 packets coming from around 900 different ip's. But for some reason I can't seem to capture them all. The same code in C++ seems to work fine, but when I try to do it and run it through the parser it seems that I only get about 150 - 300 of these packets each time I ask for them.
i am working on 3rd party chat software, when ever i send data to server i get incorrect buffersize of data. like when i convert that data to hex to matching header for splitting data i got huge lengths data
in the above textbox of image i have got some 0000000000000000000.... with the hex data, how can i get only only original data. The code i have used to receive data is