Is there any way of automating the process of pushing the asp page to the phone? I do not want to show the webpage and the submit button. I would like the submit process to be done automatically. I would appreciate any help on this. Thanks.
Here is the sample code that I got from another conversation
Did you ever figure this out? I'm trying to do the same also. I was thinking of using something equivalent of socket programming and just send the HTTP POST request to the phone without using the form. Is this what you did?
Also, does the form work for you? I tried creating a form similar to the one you posted but when I send it, I get a "Page cannot be displayed" page back while the phone doesn't seem to have received anything.
If you can help (or anybody else out there), it'll be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
I've got a windows script (jscript) that does this, if that would help. Obviously, it would only work on windows (runs in the WSH - windows scripting host). You could also accomplish this in VB or any other language...
This script, when run from a web browser, will push another page to a phone and play a sound automatically (no submit button to press). You have to change the ip addresses, username, and password in this script to reflect your own configuration. Replace the URL that is pushed to the phone with your own file. The pushed filename does not have to be an xml file, that is just what I used.
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