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OMA-DM Protocol is based on the HTTP protocol. It exchanges xml data between the client and the OMA-DM server.  
 
OMA-DM Protocol is based on the HTTP protocol. It exchanges xml data between the client and the OMA-DM server.  
  
Data synchronized on the client and the server. Informations are save in a nodes tree. Some specific nodes must have to be inside the tree. Some others are just optional. The complete specification of the OMA-DM protocol and the nodes tree are available here : [http://www.openmobilealliance.org/Technical/current_releases.aspx www.openmobilealliance.org/Technical/current_releases.aspx]<br>
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Data synchronized on the client and the server. Informations are save in a nodes tree. Some specific nodes must have to be inside the tree. Some others are just optional. The complete specification of the OMA-DM protocol and the nodes tree are available here&nbsp;: [http://www.openmobilealliance.org/Technical/current_releases.aspx www.openmobilealliance.org/Technical/current_releases.aspx]<br>
  
 
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Revision as of 05:12, 30 January 2012

Overview

The OMA-DM simulator provides to simulate communications between one application and one OMA-DM server. The simulator supports the current OMA Device Management Protocol version 1.2. The OMA-DM protocol is based on a tree node. This tree contains all informations which are shared with the OMA-DM server. Complete explications of the OMA-DM protocol are available on the third section : Concepts.

Getting started

Create a new OMA-DM simulator

Step 1 : Select wizard page

To create a new OMA-DM simulator you just have to select “OMA DM Simulator” in “File” → “New” → “Other” → “OMA Dm Simulator”.

Click one the "Next" button.


Step 2 : OMA DM simulation file page

Chose the location and the name of the future simulator file. Click on the “Next” button.

Click one the "Next" button.


Step 3 : Device configuration page

This page allowed to f</span>ill some basic informations in the OMA-DM tree.

Explications

  • Server URI : the uri of the OMA-DM server you want to use
  • Server login : the user name for the authentication on the OMA-DM server
  • Server password : the user password for the authentication on the OMA-DM server
  • Device ID : the id for the device which is simulate

Click one the "Next" button.


Step 4 : Device informations page

In this page you can fill basic information about the device. The Device Id must not be empty. Others data could stay empty.

Explications

  • Device id : it's the same ID than the device ID in the previous step
  • Manufacturer Nane : the manufacturer's name of the device
  • Model Name : the model's name of the device
  • Language : the current language of the application

Click one the "Next" button.


Step 5 : Device details page

In this page you can fill other information about the device.

Explications

  • Device Type : The device ID type. Two others type are recognized ; "IMEI", "MAC". All other words will be translate in "FREE"
  • OEM Name : the OEM's name of the device
  • Firmware Revision : the current firmware version number
  • Software Revision : the current software version number
  • Hardware Revision : the current hardware version number

Click one the "Finish" button.

Concepts

The OMA-DM protocol

OMA-DM Protocol is based on the HTTP protocol. It exchanges xml data between the client and the OMA-DM server.

Data synchronized on the client and the server. Informations are save in a nodes tree. Some specific nodes must have to be inside the tree. Some others are just optional. The complete specification of the OMA-DM protocol and the nodes tree are available here : www.openmobilealliance.org/Technical/current_releases.aspx

Tasks