New release of Advanced ETL Processor is capable of sending SMS messages. Following services are supported Twilio, BulkSMS, TelAPI and Essendex.

 Sendig SMS

Working with Twilio

Create an account at Twilio, http://www.twilio.com. For your account, you will get an Account SID and an Auth Token. Set Key to the account SID and Secret to the auth. token. You will have a telephone nr. associated with the Twilio account, set Name to this phone number received.

Working with BulkSMS

Create an account at BulkSMS, http://www.bulksms.com. Set Key to your BulkSMS account name and Secret to your BulkSMS account password.

Working with TelApi

Create an account at TelAPI, http://www.telapi.com. For your account, you will get an Account SID and an Auth Token. Set Key to the account SID and Secret to the auth. token.

Working with Esendex

Create an account at Esendex, http://www.esendex.co.uk. For your account, you will get an account code. Set Key to your Esendex account name, set Secret to your account password and set Name to your Esendex account ID.

Switching on SMS Functionality

To enable SMS functionality run the following SQL Against the repository:

UPDATE objects_tree Set name='SMS' where object_type = 386
UPDATE object_types Set object_type_name='SMS Connections' where object_type = 386
UPDATE object_types Set object_type_name='SMS Connection' where object_type = 387

This functionality is still being tested
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