w4 APPLICATION

Windows Mobile 6.5
4/8/2010

The W4 APPID in the APPLICATION characteristic is used for configuring Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS). MMS is an extension to the Short Message Service (SMS) specification. MMS defines the process of sending and receiving wireless messages that include images, audio, and video clips in addition to text.

The following table shows the features in the APPLICATION characteristic.

Parameter Description

APPLICATION/APPID

The APPID parameter is used in the Application characteristic to indicate the type of application services and protocols available as described in "Parameters for APPLICATION characteristics" in the OMA Provisioning Content specification version 1.1 (OMA-WAP-ProvCont-v1_1-20050428-C).

OMA considers each transport to be an application and requires a corresponding APPLICATION Configuration Service Provider. For information of the supported transports, see APPLICATION Characteristic.

APPLICATION/NAME

The NAME parameter is used in the APPLICATION characteristic to specify a user readable identity as described in "Parameters for APPLICATION characteristics" in the OMA Provisioning Content specification version 1.1 (OMA-WAP-ProvCont-v1_1-20050428-C).

APPLICATION/TO-PROXY

The TO-PROXY parameter is used in the APPLICATION characteristic to specify the logical proxy with a matching PROXY-ID that the client uses for this service as described in "Parameters for APPLICATION characteristics" in the OMA Provisioning Content specification version 1.1 (OMA-WAP-ProvCont-v1_1-20050428-C).

APPLICATION/TO-NAPID

The TO-NAPID parameter is used in the APPLICATION characteristic to specify the specific Network Access Point connection the client will use to connect to the application server as described in "Parameters for APPLICATION characteristics" in the OMA Provisioning Content specification version 1.1 (OMA-WAP-ProvCont-v1_1-20050428-C).

APPLICATION/ADDR

The ADDR parameter is used in the APPADDR characteristic to provide the address of the application server as described in "Parameters for APPADDR characteristics" in the OMA Provisioning Content specification version 1.1 (OMA-WAP-ProvCont-v1_1-20050428-C)

APPLICATION/CM

The CM (creation mode) parameter is used in the APPADDR characteristic to facilitate creation of interoperable multimedia messages as described in "Creation Modes" in the OMA MMS Conformance Document Version 1.3 (OMA-TS-MMS-CONF-V1_3-20051027-C)

APPLICATION/RM

The RM (resubmission mode) parameter is used in the APPADDR characteristic to facilitate submission of an earlier retrieved multimedia messages as described in "Re-submission Mode" in the OMA MMS Conformance Document Version 1.3 (OMA-TS-MMS-CONF-V1_3-20051027-C)

APPLICATION/MS

The MS (maximum authorized size) parameter is used in the APPADDR characteristic to set the maximum size of multimedia content the client supports as described in "Appendix C" in the OMA MMS Conformance Document Version 1.3 (OMA-TS-MMS-CONF-V1_3-20051027-C)

APPLICATION/PC-ADDR

The PC-ADDR (postcard address) parameter is used in the APPADDR characteristic to facilitate conformance of technical enablers needed for implementation of postcard service as described in "MMS Postcard Conformance" in the OMA MMS Conformance Document Version 1.3 (OMA-TS-MMS-CONF-V1_3-20051027-C)

APPLICATION/Ma

The Ma (MMSA interface) parameter is used in the APPADDR characteristic to facilitate control of the MMSA interface as described in "Transporting Application Data" in the OMA MMS Conformance Document Version 1.3 (OMA-TS-MMS-CONF-V1_3-20051027-C)

The OMA specification documents referenced in this section are avaialable at this OMA Web site.

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