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WWAN_SMS_CDMA_RECORD structure

The WWAN_SMS_CDMA_RECORD structure represents CDMA-based SMS text message records.

Syntax


typedef struct _WWAN_SMS_CDMA_RECORD {
  ULONG                  MessageIndex;
  WWAN_MSG_STATUS        MsgStatus;
  CHAR                   Address[WWAN_SMS_CDMA_ADDR_MAX_LEN];
  CHAR                   ScTimeStamp[WWAN_SMS_CDMA_TIMESTAMP_MAX_LEN];
  WWAN_SMS_CDMA_ENCODING EncodingId;
  WWAN_SMS_CDMA_LANG     LanguageId;
  USHORT                 SizeInBytes;
  BYTE                   SizeInCharacters;
  BYTE                   EncodedMsg[WWAN_SMS_CDMA_MAX_BUF_LEN];
} WWAN_SMS_CDMA_RECORD, *PWWAN_SMS_CDMA_RECORD;

Members

MessageIndex

An index into the virtual message store that is maintained by the miniport driver. This index is 1-based and the maximum index is ulMaxMessageIndex as returned in WWAN_SMS_CONFIGURATION_STATUS. Be aware that the specification does not differentiate between physically available data stores. If the message is a Class 0 (flash/alert) message, this must be set to WWAN_MESSAGE_INDEX_NONE.

MsgStatus

The status of the record that represents whether the SMS message is new (unread), old (read), a draft, or sent.

Address

A NULL-terminated string with a maximum length of 15 digits that represents a mobile number. The number can be in any of the following formats:

  • "+ <International Country Code> <Mobile Number>\0"

  • "<Mobile Number>\0"

If MsgStatus is WwanMsgStatusDraft or WwanMsgStatusSent, miniport drivers should specify the receiver's mobile number in the previous members. Otherwise, if MsgStatus is WwanMsgStatusNew or WwanMsgStatusOld, miniport drivers should specify the sender's mobile number.

ScTimeStamp

A string that represent the Service Center (SC) timestamp, in the following format: " YY/MM/DD, HH:mm:SS±ZZ" where:

  • YY represents the last two digits of the year. For example, 07 corresponds to 2007. Valid range is between 00 and 99.

  • MM represents the month index in double digits. For example, 01 for January and 12 corresponds to December. Valid range is between 01 and 12.

  • DD represents the day of the month in double digits. For example, 01 corresponds to the 1st day of the month, and 31 corresponds to the 31st day. Valid range is between 01 and 31.

  • HH represents the hours in 24-hour format. For example, 01 corresponds to 1 AM and 13 corresponds to 1PM. Valid range is between 00 and 23.

  • mm represents the minutes in double digits. For example, 01 corresponds to 1 minute and 30 corresponds to 30 minutes. Valid range is between 00 and 59.

  • SS represents the seconds in double digits. For example, 01 corresponds to 1 second and 30 corresponds to 30 seconds. Valid range is between 00 and 59.

  • ZZ represents the time zone with reference to Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). For example, 01 corresponds to 1 hour and 12 corresponds to 12 hours. Valid range is between 00 and 13 (-12 to +13 when combined with the ± symbol).

For example, to represent October 2nd, 1996, 20:01:54 GMT+2 hours use the following string timestamp "96/10/02,20:01:54+02"

EncodingId

The encoding that is used in the CDMA message. EncodedMsg message should be interpreted based on the value of this member.

LanguageId

The language that is used in the SMS text message.

SizeInBytes

The size, in bytes, of EncodedMsg . The encoded message can have a maximum length of WWAN_SMS_CDMA_MAX_BUF_LEN. Miniport drivers must specify a value for this member for all encoding types.

SizeInCharacters

Size of EncodedMsg in number of characters represented by the encoded data. Miniport drivers should specify 0 for this member when EncodingId is set to WwanSmsCdmaEncodingShiftJis or WwanSmsCdmaEncodingKorean.

EncodedMsg

The encoded content of the record that represents the SMS text message.

Requirements

Version

Available in Windows 7 and later versions of Windows.

Header

Wwan.h (include Wwan.h)

See also

WWAN_MSG_STATUS
WWAN_SMS_CDMA_ENCODING
WWAN_SMS_CDMA_LANG

 

 

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