June 6, 2016 - 4:36pm, 3773 views
AT^SFSA=?+CME ERROR: UnknownCan anyone please explain what has happened. Someone has to be blamed, but not me!!!
This command should be working on EHS8. Can you please paste the ATI1 and AT^SCFG? replies. Especially please verify this parameter: "Userware/Autostart","1"
ATI1CinterionEHS8REVISION 03.001A-REVISION 00.000.14OKI have disabled autostart in order not to go into a loop if an defect app would start!
On the other hand I have done this too
AT^SJOTAP=,"http://184.108.40.206/ota/download/Midlet_EHSX.jad","a:",,,"gprs","internet",,,,,,OKAT^SJAM=5OKAT^SJAM=4^SJAM: "http://220.127.116.11/ota/download/Midlet_EHSX.jad","Midlet_EHSX","Vendor","1.0",0,111877,0^SJAM: "a:/JRC-1.56.30.jad","Java Remote Control MIDlet Suite","Cinterion","1.56.30",1,703294,0OK
Autostart should be enabled because without it the factory JRC MIDlet is also not started when module boots. And without JRC some functionality (some of the AT commands - that are implemented in JRC) will not work.
Thank's, it did help, but Userguide does no mention this problem. So I tryed this:The AT command AT^SJRA is deprecated. <- From UserguideAT^SJRA="a:/Midlet_EHSX.jad"+CME ERROR: invalid indexMIDlet installation, start, stop and de-installation is controlled by the AT command AT^SJAM.AT^SJAM=4^SJAM: "http://18.104.22.168/ota/download/Midlet_EHSX.jad","Midlet_EHSX","Vendor","1.0",0,111877,0^SJAM: "a:/JRC-1.56.30.jad","Java Remote Control MIDlet Suite","Cinterion","1.56.30",1,703294,0OKTrying to find the JAD ->AT^SFSA="ls","a:/"^SFSA: "m2m/"^SFSA: "Midlet_EHSX.jad"^SFSA: 0OKBut when I do this ->AT^SJAM=1,"a:/Midlet_EHSX.jad",""+CME ERROR: not foundWhere is it ?I also tryed to do this ->AT^SJDL=1,15,"Midlet_EHSX.jad"CONNECTJDL TIMEOUT+CME ERROR: network timeoutIt is not easy to getting started...
What to do?
AT^SJRA is depricated and it is probably only left for compatibility reasons. You should use AT^SJAM command for installation and running of MIDlets.
If you are using Windows PC it might be the most convenient to use MES windows tool to access the module's file system or MES command line and prepare some script that would load MIDlet to the module. I see from your SFSA output that there's only jad file loaded to the file system and no jar file.
But your MIDlet is installed from the network. To run this MIDlet with AT^SJAM command you should use the same path that is returned by AT^SJAM=4 command. It is actually not the path to the installed MIDlet but the path that the MIDlet was installed from. So in this case you should type AT^SJAM=1,"http://22.214.171.124/ota/download/Midlet_EHSX.jad",""
To install the MIDlet from the module's file system you have to load jar and jad files to the module and then install with AT^SJAM=0,"a:/Midlet_EHSX.jad",""
After the installation you can remove the jar and jad files and the MIDlet will still be installed untill unistalled with AT^SJAM command.
For AT^SJDL problem there is probably also some explanation - maybe you don't start sending the data or do it in a wrong way..
I think that you might want to see these links:
What is the syntax for mes copy
I tryed this:
MESCopy ***:http://126.96.36.199/ota/download/Midlet_EHSX.jad com3:but get incorrect paramer
I also tryed-> MESCopy ***:http://188.8.131.52/ota/download/Midlet_EHSX.jad a:
but it ended up activating my A-drive
Here's the example that should be working:
mescopy.exe "deployed\IMP_NG_EHS5_REMOTE1\SomeMIDlet.jar" ***:A:SomeMIDlet.jar
mescopy.exe "deployed\IMP_NG_EHS5_REMOTE1\SomeMIDlet.jad" ***:A:SomeMIDlet.jad
This did the job:From within the Windows command prompt:cd C:\Program Files\Cinterion\Module Exchange SuiteC:\Program Files\Cinterion\Module Exchange Suite>MESPort com3COM3 successfully set (This actual my USB -> Serial)I copyed the MIDLETS to this directoryC:\Program Files\Cinterion\Module Exchange Suite>MESCopy.exe Midlet_EHSX.jad ***:A:Midlet_EHSX.jadMidlet_EHSX.jad 1 files copiedC:\Program Files\Cinterion\Module Exchange Suite>MESCopy.exe Midlet_EHSX.jar ***:A:Midlet_EHSX.jarMidlet_EHSX.jar 1 files copiedAT^SFSA="ls","a:/"^SFSA: "m2m/"^SFSA: "Midlet_EHSX.jar"^SFSA: "Midlet_EHSX.jad"^SFSA: 0OK
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