- Quick start guide
- System requirements
- Installation guide
- User guide
- Developers guide
- SMS from SQL
- C# SMS API
- HTTP SMS API
- HTTP API user
- Get Started
- Send message
- Receive message
- URL encode
- PHP SMS API
- VB.NET SMS API
- Programming APIs
- Service providers
- Administrators guide
How to create an HTTP API user
In order to use the HTTP API, you need to create an HTTP API user. During this procedure you will be able to specify a username and a password. You can use this username and password to connect to the HTTP API service of Ozeki SMS Gateway to submit your messages, or to download the incoming messages. This guide gives you the steps to take to setup an HTTP API user.
Step 1 - Add new user/application
You can simply install the HTTP API User on the Management console by clicking Add new user/application... in the Users/Applications panel (Figure 1).
Step 2 - Add HTTP API User
An interface will open consisting of two panels. The left side panel contains the already installed users and applications. The right side panel contains the users and applications you can install with a brief description next to them. Find the HTTP API User and click the blue 'install' button next to it (Figure 2).
Step 3 - Configure username and password
On the Name section provide the unique name for the HTTP User and provide the username and password for the authentication (Figure 3).
Step 4 - HTTP API User details page
After you click on the OK the details page of the HTTP User will appear (Figure 4).
Step 5 - HTTP API Service
In the advanced menu you can find the HTTP API service for the user. Open the details page of the service as you can see on the Figure 5.
Step 6 - HTTP Service events
The HTTP service Events tab shows the logs for the HTTP API and here you can see the port where the service is listening for the requests (Figure 6).
Step 7 - Send an HTTP request form your application
The HTTP API service is capable of receiving HTTP requests from your application. This can be done by using the SMS API, that can initiate HTTP requests and send them to the HTTP API service that can process the HTTP requests and sends the SMS message. The link below contain example codes of how you can send SMS messages from applications written in different programming languages.HTTP SMS API examples
How to send SMS from C#
How to send SMS from Java
How to send SMS from Python
How to send SMS from Ruby
How to send SMS from Perl
How to send SMS from PHP
How to send SMS from Chrome
Step 8 - Message received
If a message is received by the HTTP API service you can see it in the logs (Figure 7).
Step 9 - HTTP API User sent folder
Also you can find the message in the HTTP API user Sent folder (Figure 8).
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