Name: Adobe Air Client
Description: This client was one of the first clients to be developed for ESME
Download: You can download the client from the ESME Google Group.
Geting started with ESME Air Client development: Please watch this 5 min screencast http://screencast.com/t/DGKsxpJxN8
The source code is available on the ESME Google Code group.
- The client requires that you use a token to access ESME
Download and Install the latest Adobe AIR runtime from http://get.adobe.com/air/ Download the latest released version of ESMEDesktop.air from http://code.google.com/p/esmeproject/downloads/list Follow the installation wizard to Install
How to configure the ESME server ESME Desktop connects to ..
By default ESME Desktop connects to the ESME instance running at http://www.esme.us , but if you are running your own instance of the server, you will need to change the server that ESME Desktop connects to .. here's how ..
This setting is stored in your application storage directory in a file called preferences.xml ... the application storage directory path varies based on your operating system and your username
/Users/username/Library/Preferences/ESMEDesktop.05D8320A56ED876B4DC203B7387C89522DDC092F.1/Local Store/preferences.xml The GUID in the path may vary.
C:Documents and SettingsusernameApplication DataESMEDesktop.05D8320A56ED876B4DC203B7387C89522DDC092F.1Local Storepreferences.xml
If the file does not exist create preferences.xml and drop in the following
xml and save ..
How to configure the client if you are using a different ESME server
An example preferences file. The value for token is from the Manage
Tokens link, after you log in via the web. <preferences> <preference name="ESME_APISERVER" value="http://api.esme.us/esme/api/"/> <preference name="ESME_SERVER" value="http://www.esme.us/esme/"/> <preference name="token" value="xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx"/> </preferences>