How do i upload a script i made from C onto a fastrack modem. the script basically send out an SMS once the unit goes into backup power
Open-AT is not a scripting system!
An Open-AT application is a compiled, native executable.
You build & download the executable using the Developer Studio.
You mean a script i made from C will not run on a fastrack device if i did not package it in the developer studio? So once i have the script packaged how can i upload it onto the fastrack device?
Again, it is not a script - it is the source code for a native executable.
The correct term is “Build”.
Building involves compiling the ‘C’ source code, linking, and then “packaging” into the .DWL downloadable format.
As I told you before:
now its clear… i’ve managed to install the developer studio and i will build the C code to a .dwl… your input really helped
hi i have managed to build the source code into a DWL file format…and managed to download it via dveloper studio under Target Management TAB… Now my question is how do i verify that i have downloaded the file into the modem without the aid of the developer studio? Is there an AT open command that i should know?
euromobile-ukraine.com.ua/fi … WNLOAD.pdf – how to download upload DWL files into the modem follow the steps
You should also consider your application providing its own indication…
Best way to load a script to the modem is by Developer Studio
Well done - you got there at last!
Now just to get you out of that bad habit of calling it a “script”…
LOL thanks awneil … yeah its a code