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Some Questions and Answers on CC/PP and UAProf

Butler, Mark, H.

HPL-2002-73

Keyword(s): device independence; composite capabilities / preferences profile (CC/PP); resource description framework (RDF); wireless access protocol (WAP); user agent profile (UAProf)

Abstract: DELI is an open-source library developed at HP Labs that allows Java servlets to resolve HTTP requests containing device capability information in either CC/PP, the proposed recommendation by the W3C CC/PP, or UAProf, the standard proposed by the WAP Forum. This document consists of a set of questions and answers that explore issues that have arisen during the implementation of DELI. It is presented specifically to initiate further discussion to identify whether further work is necessary on the CC/PP recommendation track documents.

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