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©
2001, Wireless Application Protocol Forum, Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Terms and conditions of use are available fromthe WAP Forum
Web site (http://www.wapforum.org/what/copyright.htm).
 
WAG UAProf
 
Version 20-Oct-2001Wireless Application ProtocolWAP-248-UAPROF-20011020-a
A list of errata and updates to this document is available from the WAP Forum™ Web site, http://www.wapforum.org/,in the form of SIN documents, which are subject to revision or removal without notice.
 
WAP-248-UAPROF-20011020-a, Version 20 October 2001 Page 2 (86) 
©©
2001, Wireless Application Protocol Forum, Ltd.All rights reserved
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.
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.
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WAP-248-UAPROF-20011020-a, Version 20 October 2001 Page 3 (86) 
©©
2001, Wireless Application Protocol Forum, Ltd.All rights reserved
Contents
1. SCOPE...............................................................................................................................................................................................5
 
1.1. R
ELATIONSHIP TO
O
THER
S
TANDARDS
...............................................................................................................................6
 
2. REFERENCES ................................................................................................................................................................................7
 
2.1. N
ORMATIVE
R
EFERENCES
......................................................................................................................................................7
 
2.2. I
NFORMATIVE
R
EFERENCES
...................................................................................................................................................9
 
3. TERMINOLOGY AND CONVENTIONS ............................................................................................................................11
 
3.1. C
ONVENTIONS
.........................................................................................................................................................................11
 
3.2. D
EFINITIONS
............................................................................................................................................................................11
 
3.3. A
BBREVIATIONS
......................................................................................................................................................................12
 
4. INTRODUCTION.........................................................................................................................................................................13
 
5. END-TO-END ARCHITECTURE...........................................................................................................................................14
 
6. USAGE SCENARIOS..................................................................................................................................................................15
 
6.1. WAP/WSP C
LIENTS
..............................................................................................................................................................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. W
IRELESS
P
ROFILED
HTTP C
LIENTS
...............................................................................................................................16
 
6.3. P
USH ENVIRONMENT
..............................................................................................................................................................16
 
6.3.1. Client Capability Query...................................................................................................................................................16
 
6.3.2. Profile Matching...............................................................................................................................................................17
 
6.3.3. Push OTA...........................................................................................................................................................................17
 
6.4. P
ROFILE RESOLUTION
............................................................................................................................................................17
 
6.4.1. Resolving Attribute Values in the CPI..........................................................................................................................17
 
7. COMPOSITE PROFILE SEGMENTS AND ATTRIBUTES..........................................................................................19
 
7.1. S
CHEMA
L
AYOUT
....................................................................................................................................................................19
 
7.2. U
SER
A
GENT
P
ROFILE
C
OMPONENTS
................................................................................................................................19
 
7.3. A
TTRIBUTES
.............................................................................................................................................................................20
 
7.4. P
ROFILE
....................................................................................................................................................................................21
 
7.5. U
SER
A
GENT
P
ROFILE
S
CHEMA AND
B
ASE
V
OCABULARY
............................................................................................22
 
7.6. P
ROFILE
E
XAMPLE IN
RDF..................................................................................................................................................23
 
7.7. E
XTENSIONS TO THE
S
CHEMA
/V
OCABULARY
..................................................................................................................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. T
OKEN
D
ESCRIPTION
.............................................................................................................................................................28
 
8.1.1. Global Extension Tokens................................................................................................................................................28
 
8.1.2. Tag and Attribute Tokens................................................................................................................................................28
 
8.1.3. Additional Tokens............................................................................................................................................................28
 
8.2. E
NCODING
S
EMANTICS
..........................................................................................................................................................28
 
8.2.1. XML Namespaces............................................................................................................................................................28
 
8.2.2. Document Validation.......................................................................................................................................................29
 
8.2.3. Decoder Behavior.............................................................................................................................................................29
 
8.3. N
UMERIC
C
ONSTANTS
...........................................................................................................................................................29
 
8.3.1. Tag Tokens........................................................................................................................................................................29
 
8.3.2. Attribute Start Tokens......................................................................................................................................................32
 
8.3.3. Attribute Value Tokens....................................................................................................................................................37
 

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