Example #1
def sms_list_data():
	val = redis.rpop("sms_list")
	while(val is not None) :
		json_obj = json.loads(val)
		mobile_no = json_obj['mobile_no']
		if type(mobile_no) is unicode:
			mobile_no = mobile_no.split(',')
		message_type = json_obj['message_type']
		message = json_obj['message']
		send_sms(mobile_no, message)
		s = Sms(message=message,message_type = message_type, mobile = mobile_no)

		val = redis.rpop("sms_list")

	return val
def read_and_store_sms(sms_file):
    f = open(sms_file, mode='r')
    line_id = None
    line_number = 0
    for current_line in f:
            line_number += 1
            if len(current_line) <= 1:

            # this line is a new sms
            if current_line.strip().startswith("sms"):
                # split may contain more than we want because of the comma in content
                spited = current_line.split(",")
                direction, name, phone, date_time, content = spited[1], spited[2], spited[3], spited[5], spited[7],
                date_time = deal_with_sms_date_time(date_time)

                # the position of name and phone may exchange due to the direction
                if direction == "submit":
                    name, phone = phone, name
                sp_list = [direction, name, phone, date_time, content]
                tp_list = []
                for a in sp_list:
                new_sms = Sms(sms_direction=tp_list[0], sms_name=tp_list[1], sms_phone=tp_list[2],
                              sms_date=tp_list[3][:10], sms_time=tp_list[3], sms_content=tp_list[4])
                line_id = new_sms.get_id()

            # this line is a continue content
            if line_id is None:
            sms = Sms.get(id=line_id)
            sms.sms_content += current_line
        except Exception, e:
            ErrorLog(error_line=line_number, error_function="read_and_store_sms", error_msg=e).save()
Example #3
    def generate_sms(self, bill_start_day):
        根据指定的日期, 获取指定的短信记录
        :param bill_start_day:
        sms = json.loads(Sms.objects(mobile=self.phone, time__gte=bill_start_day).to_json())
        for item in sms:
            del item["_id"]
            del item["task_id"]
            del item["mobile"]

        return sms
Example #4
    def db_storage(recipients, message, user_id, sender):
        This method is responsible to store Sms and related fields provided by client in database

        sms_ids = ''    # contains all message ids that are sended by client to recipient of same or different network.
        #smses_ids = ''  # contains only message ids that are sended by client to recipient of some other network.
        sender = sender.decode(encoding='ascii')
        recipients = recipients.decode(encoding='ascii').splitlines()
        selected_package = selected_packages(user_id)
        for recipient in recipients:
            processed_fields = process_outgoing_sms(sender, user_id, recipient)

        # storing vaues to database

            S = Sms()
            S.sms_type = 'outgoing'
            S.sms_from = processed_fields['sender_number']
            S.sms_to = recipient
            S.schedule_delivery_time = datetime.date.today()
            S.validity_period = datetime.date.today()+datetime.timedelta(days=1)
            S.msg = message
            S.timestamp = datetime.date.today()
            S.status = 'scheduled'
            S.msg_type = 'text'
            S.user_id = user_id
            S.package_name = selected_package['package_name']
            S.rates = selected_package['rates']
            S.target_network = processed_fields['target_network']  # process sms file would use it to send to respective network of which server is.
            S.client_type = 'smpp'
            sms = DBSession.query(Sms)[-1]  # to send id to the client for ancilliary operations and querying.
            sms_ids = sms_ids + str(sms.id) + '\n'
            if processed_fields['target_network'] != processed_fields['source_network']:  # if destination and source network is different 
                connect_info(recipient, message, processed_fields['target_network'], sms.id,
                             processed_fields['sender_number'])  # connect to the destination's smpp server.
                #smses_ids = smses_ids + str(s) + '\n'
Example #5
from models import User, Sms, Selected_package, User_Number, Prefix_Match
import hashlib
import transaction
from smpp5.lib.util.hex_print import hex_convert, hex_print
from smpp5.lib.parameter_types import Integer, CString, String, TLV
from smpp5.lib.pdu.session_management import *
from smpp5.lib.constants import interface_version as IV
from smpp5.lib.pdu.session_management import BindTransmitter, BindTransmitterResp, BindReceiver, BindReceiverResp, BindTransceiver, BindTransceiverResp, OutBind, UnBind, UnBindResp, EnquireLink, EnquireLinkResp, AlertNotification, GenericNack
from smpp5.lib.constants import *
from sqlalchemy import func
import datetime

if '__main__' == __name__:
    d = datetime.date.today()-datetime.timedelta(days=4)
    S = Sms()
    S.sms_type = 'outgoing'
    S.sms_from = '+9233365195924'
    S.sms_to = '+923366767999'
    S.schedule_delivery_time = d   # give date 2nd december
    S.validity_period = d+datetime.timedelta(days=1)
    S.msg = "dont disturb.."
    S.timestamp = d
    S.status = 'delivered'
    S.msg_type = 'text'
    S.user_id = 'ASMA'
    S.package_name = 'dhamaka'
    S.rates = 0.0
    S.target_network = 'ufone'  # process sms file would use it to send to respective network of which server is.
    S.client_type = 'smpp'