The WebService Interface
of the PSWinCom SMS/MMS Gateway service is suitable for application developers that have integrated support for utilizing WebServices in their tools. The interface is “firewall-friendly” since SOAP is running over a standard HTTP protocol and port number 80 is used for client connections.
It is a ASP.Net based classic style SOAP web service, which means that for developers using Microsoft Visual Studio it is convenient to work with this API.
However, developers using other platforms such as Java are advised to use our XML interface instead.
This interface has methods for both single message sending and bulk SMS message sending as well as for Wap Push.
Gateway connect information
Gateway connect information for load balanced setupThis endpoint is set up with loadbalancing across several gateways. If one shoudl fail it will be removed automatically.
This gives better performance and stability. But cannot be used for CPA, GAS or MMS at this point.
Legacy Endpoints - Not covered by load balancing, can be unavailable during maintenance¶These endpoints are still in use, but customers should move to the ones on the primary list.
Using plain HTTP should be done with caution when dealing with information. All data, including username and password, are sent as cleartext over the Internet and may be intercepted by a third-party. To increase security, the SSL secured transport layer (HTTPS) can be used.
See SSL certificates
Several complex types are defined to support the SOAP communication with the Gateway. Following is a description of these complex types and their class representation (C# syntax).
You can test the SOAP interface from the following page:
The C# source code of the SOAP Test is available for download