AT*EAPP - Application function (ver. 5)

Requests the MT to perform an application function specified by and . The parameter specifies which function within the specified application to call. The parameters can be used to pass data to the application. The use of the parameters are speci- fied with each subfunction.

Note: There is no guarantee that the application will execute. The com- mand will return OK if the command, including parameters, is supported. There is no correlation between the OK response and the time the applica- tion function is performed by the MT.

Note: If the *EAPP command is issued and the parameter refer- ences an application that is already running, a second instance of this application will not be started. The application already running should however perform the subfunction indicated with the parameter. Note: The syntax for MMS (=6) is as follows:

AT*EAPP=6,[,[,,[,,…]]]

It is thus possible to add different attachments (image, video clips, and so on) to a message.

Example: Sending a message with text, "Look at my new car!" and an image located in "//filesystem/pictures/mycar.jpg": AT*EAPP=6,0,"Look at my new car!",4,"//filesystem/pictures/mycar.jpg" The syntax for email (=2) is the same as the syntax for MMS: AT*EAPP=2,0,"Look at my new car!",4,"//filesystem/pictures/mycar.jpg" Test command shows which applications and subfunctions are supported by the MT.

AT*EAPP=?
*EAPP: 0,(0-5)
*EAPP: 1,(1,3,4-5)
*EAPP: 3,(0,4)
*EAPP: 4,(0-2)

Use AT command in a programming environment

With ActiveXperts Serial Port Component (an ActiveXperts product), you can integrate AT modem communications in scripts, console applications, GUI form applications, web applications and web services.

With ActiveXperts SMS Component (an ActiveXperts product), you can also integrate AT modem communications in an environment that has many aspects of GSM modem communications implemented in interface functions.