SAG ParlayX SOAP/XML Service Provider Connection uses ParlayX Web Services
to connect to the SMSC of your choice. You can send and receive incoming SMS
messages or notifications with this service provider.
You can install the SAG ParlayX SOAP/XML Service Provider connection through the
graphical user interface of Ozeki NG SMS Gateway. First, click on the Add
button in the top right-hand corner of the Service provider's panel on the
On the next page you can find the SAG ParlayX SOAP/XML Service Provider connection
in the IP SMS connections (SMS) section. Click on the Install button to
create the new connection.
On the following page you can find the configuration form of the connection.
Under General tab, you need to specify the connection parameters for message
submission that are correlating with your connection.
You need to specify the following URLs properly for your service provider:
The next tab is the Parameters tab, which consist of three parts. You can
configure Reference Parameters, Charging Information and Additional
In the Reference Parameters section you can specify whether to append a
receipt request to outgoing messages. Enable the checkbox if you would like to
Send Receipt Request.
In the Charging Information section you can specify the following charging
parametersused in outgoing messages:
If you would like to use Charging Information, enable the Append Charging
Information to outgoing messages checkbox.
In the Additional Parameters section you can provide the Sender Name.
If you want to Override linkid whenever a new message arrives from the SMSC,
enable the checkbox, which belongs to this settings.
Under the Additional Parameters tab you can add some parameters used by
the StartSmsNotification request, such as Correlator, Criteria
and Sms Service Activation Number.
In the next section of this tab you can specify the Credentials associated
with your account at the provider. Most of these settings are present in the SOAP
Header of the request. These are the SP ID, SP Password, Service
ID, Service Subscription Address and Payment Address.
In the Logging tab you can choose whether to make the program write log entries
about sent and received messages in human readable format and/or log low level
communication. Choosing the second option the program produces logfiles containing
binary codes representing the communication data.
In the Log file settings section of the tab, you can give the Log directory, the
maximum log file size and the number of rotated logfiles. Log rotation saves disk
space, as it ensures that olderlogfiles will be automatically deleted from the log
directory. In the Maximum log file size text box you can specify the maximum size
of a logfile. Once this size is reached, a new logfile will be created.