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  •  2001, Wireless Application Protocol Forum, Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Terms and conditions of use are available from the WAP Forum Web site (http://www.wapforum.org/what/copyright.htm ).

    WAG UAProf Version 20-Oct-2001

    Wireless Application Protocol WAP-248-UAPROF-20011020-a

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  • WAP-248-UAPROF-20011020-a, Version 20 October 2001 Page 2 (86)

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    WAP-248-UAProf-20011020-a Current

    WAP-248_001-UAProf-20010915-a SIN WAP-248_002-UAProf-20010915-a SIN

    WAP-248_003-UAProf-20011020-a SIN

  • WAP-248-UAPROF-20011020-a, Version 20 October 2001 Page 3 (86)

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    Contents 1. SCOPE............................................................................................................................................................................................... 5

    1.1. RELATIONSHIP TO OTHER STANDARDS ............................................................................................................................... 6 2. REFERENCES ................................................................................................................................................................................ 7

    2.1. NORMATIVE REFERENCES ...................................................................................................................................................... 7 2.2. INFORMATIVE REFERENCES................................................................................................................................................... 9

    3. TERMINOLOGY AND CONVENTIONS ............................................................................................................................11 3.1. CONVENTIONS .........................................................................................................................................................................11 3.2. DEFINITIONS ............................................................................................................................................................................11 3.3. ABBREVIATIONS ......................................................................................................................................................................12

    4. INTRODUCTION.........................................................................................................................................................................13 5. END-TO-END ARCHITECTURE...........................................................................................................................................14

    6. USAGE SCENARIOS ..................................................................................................................................................................15 6.1. WAP/WSP CLIENTS ..............................................................................................................................................................15

    6.1.1. Opening a WSP Session and Establishing an Initial UAProf ...................................................................................15 6.1.2. Updating the UAProf During an Active WSP Session..............................................................................................15 6.1.3. Resuming a Suspended WSP Session...........................................................................................................................15 6.1.4. Suspending an Active WSP Session..............................................................................................................................15 6.1.5. Issuing a WSP Request for Content ..............................................................................................................................15

    6.2. WIRELESS PROFILED HTTP CLIENTS ...............................................................................................................................16 6.3. PUSH ENVIRONMENT..............................................................................................................................................................16

    6.3.1. Client Capability Query ...................................................................................................................................................16 6.3.2. Profile Matching ...............................................................................................................................................................17 6.3.3. Push OTA...........................................................................................................................................................................17

    6.4. PROFILE RESOLUTION............................................................................................................................................................17 6.4.1. Resolving Attribute Values in the CPI..........................................................................................................................17

    7. COMPOSITE PROFILE SEGMENTS AND ATTRIB UTES ..........................................................................................19 7.1. SCHEMA LAYOUT....................................................................................................................................................................19 7.2. USER AGENT PROFILE COMPONENTS ................................................................................................................................19 7.3. ATTRIBUTES .............................................................................................................................................................................20 7.4. PROFILE....................................................................................................................................................................................21 7.5. USER AGENT PROFILE SCHEMA AND BASE VOCABULARY............................................................................................22 7.6. PROFILE EXAMPLE IN RDF..................................................................................................................................................23 7.7. EXTENSIONS TO THE SCHEMA/VOCABULARY ..................................................................................................................26

    7.7.1. Addition of Components .................................................................................................................................................27 7.7.2. Addition of Attributes......................................................................................................................................................27

    8. BINARY ENCODING OF USER AGENT PROFILES .....................................................................................................28 8.1. TOKEN DESCRIPTION............................................................................