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HardwarePlatform Component

Component: HardwarePlatform
Attribute Description Resolution Datatype Example(s)
BitsPerPixel The number of bits of color or grayscale information per pixel, related to the number of colors or shades of gray the device can display. Override Number "2", "8"
BluetoothProfile Supported Bluetooth profiles as defined in the Bluetooth specification Locked Literal (bag) "dialup", "lanAccess"
CPU Name and model number of the device CPU. Locked Literal "Pentium III", "PowerPC 750"
ColorCapable Indicates whether the device's display supports color. "Yes" means color is supported. "No" means the display supports only grayscale or black and white. Override Boolean "Yes", "No"
ImageCapable Indicates whether the device supports the display of images. If the value is "Yes", the property CcppAccept may list the types of images supported. Locked Boolean "Yes", "No"
InputCharSet List of character sets supported by the device for text entry. Property's value is a list of character sets, where each item in the list is a character set name, as registered with IANA. Append Literal (bag) "US-ASCII", "ISO-8859-1", "Shift_JIS"
Keyboard Type of keyboard supported by the device, as an indicator of ease of text entry. Locked Literal "Disambiguating", "Qwerty", "PhoneKeypad"
Model Model number assigned to the terminal device by the vendor or manufacturer. Locked Literal "Mustang GT", "Q30"
NumberOfSoftKeys Number of soft keys available on the device. Locked Number "3", "2"
OutputCharSet List of character sets supported by the device for output to the display. Property value is a list of character sets, where each item in the list is a character set name, as registered with IANA. Append Literal (bag) "US-ASCII", "ISO-8859-1", "Shift_JIS"
PixelAspectRatio Ratio of pixel width to pixel height. Locked Dimension "1x2"
PointingResolution Type of resolution of the pointing accessory supported by the device. Locked Literal "Character", "Line", "Pixel"
ScreenSize The size of the device's screen in units of pixels, composed of the screen width and the screen height. Locked Dimension "160x160", "640x480"
ScreenSizeChar Size of the device's screen in units of characters, composed of the screen width and screen height. The device's standard font should be used to determine this property's value. (Number of characters per row)x(Number of rows). In calculating this attribute use the largest character in the device's default font. Locked Dimension "12x4", "16x8"
SoundOutputCapable Indicates whether the device supports sound output through an external speaker, headphone jack, or other sound output mechanism. Locked Boolean "Yes", "No"
StandardFontProportional Indicates whether the device's standard font is proportional. Locked Boolean "Yes", "No"
TextInputCapable Indicates whether the device supports alpha-numeric text entry. "Yes" means the device supports entry of both letters and digits. "No" means the device supports only entry of digits. Locked Boolean "Yes", "No"
Vendor Name of the vendor manufacturing the terminal device. Locked Literal "Ford", "Lexus"
VoiceInputCapable Indicates whether the device supports any form of voice input, including speech recognition. This includes voice- enabled browsers. Locked Boolean "Yes", "No"

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SoftwarePlatform Component

Component: SoftwarePlatform
Attribute Description Resolution Datatype Example(s)
AcceptDownloadableSoftware Indicates the user's preference on whether to accept downloadable software. Locked Boolean "Yes", "No"
AudioInputEncoder List of audio input encoders supported by the device. Append Literal (bag) "G.711"
CLIPlatform The list of standard Common Language Infrastructure platforms and profiles installed in the device. Each item in the list is a name token describing the name and edition of the CLI platform specification including the name of the profile specification. Append Literal (bag) "Standard CLI 2002/Compact", "Standard CLI 2002/Kernel"
CcppAccept List of content types the device supports. Property value is a list of MIME types, where each item in the list is a content type descriptor as specified by RFC 2045. Append Literal (bag) "text/html", "text/plain", "text/html", "image/gif"
CcppAccept-Charset List of character sets the device supports. Property value is a list of character sets, where each item in the list is a character set name registered with IANA. Append Literal (bag) "US-ASCII", "ISO-8859-1", "Shift_JIS"
CcppAccept-Encoding List of transfer encodings the device supports. Property value is a list of transfer encodings, where each item in the list is a transfer encoding name as specified by RFC 2045 and registered with IANA. Append Literal (bag) "base64", "quoted-printable"
CcppAccept-Language List of preferred document languages. If a resource is available in more than one natural language, the server can use this property to determine which version of the resource to send to the device. The first item in the list should be considered the user's first choice, the second the second choice, and so on. Property value is a list of natural languages, where each item in the list is the name of a language as defined by RFC 3066. Append Literal (seq) "zh-CN", "en", "fr"
DownloadableSoftwareSupport List of executable content types which the device supports and which it is willing to accept from the network. The property value is a list of MIME types, where each item in the list is a content type descriptor as specified by RFC 2045. Locked Literal (bag) "application/x-msdos-exe"
Email-URI-Schemes List of URI schemes the device supports for accessing e-mail. Property value is a list of URI schemes, where each item in the list is a URI scheme as defined in RFC 2396. Override Literal (bag) "pop", "imap", "http", "https"
JVMVersion List of the Java virtual machines installed on the device. Each item in the list is a name token describing the vendor and version of the VM. Append Literal (bag) "SunJRE/1.2", "MSJVM/1.0"
JavaEnabled Indicates whether the device supports a Java virtual machine. Locked Boolean "Yes", "No"
JavaPackage (from J2EE Client Provisioning) Details about optional packages installed on the device over and above those that are part of the Java profile, and the versions of these additional packages Append Literal (bag) "com.acme.regexp/1.1", "com.acme.helper/3.0"
JavaPlatform The list of JAVA platforms and profiles installed in the device. Each item in the list is a name token describing compatibility with the name and version of the java platform specification or the name and version of the profile specification name (if profile is included in the device). See JavaPlatform authoritative values for more information. Append Literal (bag) "PersonalJava", "CLDC", "MIDP"
JavaProtocol (from J2EE Client Provisioning) Details about protocols supported by the device over and above those that are part of the standard Java profile indicated and the versions of these additional protocols Append Literal (bag) "sms/1.0", "file/1.0"
MexeClassmarks List of MExE classmarks supported by the device. Value "1" means the MExE device supports WAP, value "2" means that MExE device supports Personal Java, value "3" means that MExE device supports MIDP applications and value "4" means the device supports the CLI Platform. Locked Literal (bag) "1", "3"
MexeSecureDomains Indicates whether the device's supports MExE security domains. "Yes" means that security domains are supported in accordance with MExE specifications identified by the MexeSpec attribute. "No" means that security domains are not supported and the device has only untrusted domain (area). Locked Boolean "Yes", "No"
MexeSpec Class mark specialization. Refers to the first two digits of the version of the MExE Stage 2 spec. Locked Literal "7.02"
OSName Name of the device's operating system. Locked Literal "Mac OS", "Windows NT"
OSVendor Vendor of the device's operating system. Locked Literal "Apple", "Microsoft"
OSVersion Version of the device's operating system. Locked Literal "6.0", "4.5"
RecipientAppAgent User agent associated with the current request. Value should match the name of one of the components in the profile. A component name is specified by the ID attribute on the prf:Component element containing the properties of that component. Locked Literal "BrowserMail"
SoftwareNumber Version of the device-specific software (firmware) to which the device's low-level software conforms. Locked Literal "2"
VideoInputEncoder List of video input encoders supported by the device. Append Literal (bag) "MPEG-1", "MPEG-2", "H.261"

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NetworkCharacteristics Component

Component: NetworkCharacteristics
Attribute Description Resolution Datatype Example(s)
CurrentBearerService The bearer on which the current session was opened. See CurrentBearerService authoritative values for more information. Locked Literal "GSM_USSD", "IPV6", "GSM_CSD_IPV4"
SecuritySupport List of types of security or encryption mechanisms supported by the device. Locked Literal (bag) "WTLS-1", WTLS-2", "WTLS-3", "signText", "PPTP"
SupportedBearers List of bearers supported by the device. See SupportedBearers authoritative values for more information. Locked Literal (bag) "GSM_USSD", "IPV6", "GSM_CSD_IPV4"
SupportedBluetoothVersion Supported Bluetooth version. Locked Literal "1.0"

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BrowserUA Component

Component: BrowserUA
Attribute Description Resolution Datatype Example(s)
BrowserName Name of the browser user agent associated with the current request. Locked Literal "Mozilla", "MSIE", "WAP42"
BrowserVersion Version of the browser. Locked Literal "1.0"
DownloadableBrowserApps List of executable content types which the browser supports and which it is willing to accept from the network. The property value is a list of MIME types, where each item in the list is a content type descriptor as specified by RFC 2045. Append Literal (bag) "application/x-java-vm/java-applet"
FramesCapable Indicates whether the browser is capable of displaying frames. Override Boolean "Yes", "No"
HtmlVersion Version of HyperText Markup Language (HTML) supported by the browser. Locked Literal "2.0", "3.2", "4.0"
JavaAppletEnabled Indicates whether the browser supports Java applets. Locked Boolean "Yes", "No"
JavaScriptEnabled Indicates whether the browser supports JavaScript. Locked Boolean "Yes", "No"
JavaScriptVersion Version of the JavaScript language supported by the browser. Locked Literal "1.4"
PreferenceForFrames Indicates the user's preference for receiving HTML content that contains frames. Locked Boolean "Yes", "No"
TablesCapable Indicates whether the browser is capable of displaying tables. Locked Boolean "Yes", "No"
XhtmlModules List of XHTML modules supported by the browser. Property value is a list of module names, where each item in the list is the name of an XHTML module as defined by the W3C document "Modularization of XHTML", Section 4. List items are separated by white space. Note that the referenced document is a work in progress. Any subsequent changes to the module naming conventions should be reflected in the values of this property. Append Literal (bag) "XHTML1-struct", "XHTML1-blkstruct", "XHTML1-frames"
XhtmlVersion Version of XHTML supported by the browser. Locked Literal "1.0"

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WapCharacteristics Component

Component: WapCharacteristics
Attribute Description Resolution Datatype Example(s)
DrmClass DRM Conformance Class as defined in OMA-Download-DRM-v1_0 Locked Literal (bag) "ForwardLock", "CombinedDelivery", "SeparateDelivery"
DrmConstraints DRM permission constraints as defined in OMA-Download-DRMREL-v1_0. The datetime and interval constraints depend on having a secure clock in the terminal. Locked Literal (bag) "datetime", "interval"
OmaDownload Supports OMA Download as defined in OMA-Download-OTA-v1_0 Locked Boolean "Yes", "No"
SupportedPictogramSet Pictogram classes supported by the device as defined in "WAP Pictogram specification". Append Literal (bag) "core", "core/operation", "human"
WapDeviceClass Classification of the device based on capabilities as identified in the WAP 1.1 specifications. Current values are "A", "B" and "C". Locked Literal "A"
WapVersion Version of WAP supported. Locked Literal "1.1", "1.2.1", "2.0"
WmlDeckSize Maximum size of a WML deck that can be downloaded to the device. This may be an estimate of the maximum size if the true maximum size is not known. Value is number of bytes. Locked Number "4096"
WmlScriptLibraries List of mandatory and optional libraries supported in the device's WMLScript VM. Locked Literal (bag) "Lang", "Float", "String", "URL", "WMLBrowser", "Dialogs", "PSTOR"
WmlScriptVersion List of WMLScript versions supported by the device. Property value is a list of version numbers, where each item in the list is a version string conforming to Version. Append Literal (bag) "1.1", "1.2"
WmlVersion List of WML language versions supported by the device. Property value is a list of version numbers, where each item in the list is a version string conforming to Version. Append Literal (bag) "1.1", "2.0"
WtaVersion Version of WTA user agent. Locked Literal "1.1"
WtaiLibraries List of WTAI network common and network specific libraries supported by the device. Property value is a list of WTA library names, where each item in the list list is a library name as specified by "WAP WTAI" and its addendums. Any future addendums to "WAP WTAI" should be reflected in the values of this property. Locked Literal (bag) "WTAVoiceCall", "WTANetText", "WTAPhoneBook", "WTACallLog", "WTAMisc", "WTAGSM", "WTAIS136", "WTAPDC"

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PushCharacteristics Component

Component: PushCharacteristics
Attribute Description Resolution Datatype Example(s)
Push-Accept List of content types the device supports, which can be carried inside the message/http entity body when OTA-HTTP is used. Property value is a list of MIME types, where each item in the list is a content type descriptor as specified by RFC 2045. Override Literal (bag) "text/html", "text/plain", "image/gif"
Push-Accept-AppID List of applications the device supports, where each item in the list is an application-id on absoluteURI format as specified in [PushMsg]. A wildcard ("*") may be used to indicate support for any application. Override Literal (bag) "x-wap-application:wml.ua", "*"
Push-Accept-Charset List of character sets the device supports. Property value is a list of character sets, where each item in the list is a character set name registered with IANA. Override Literal (bag) "US-ASCII", "ISO-8859-1", "Shift_JIS"
Push-Accept-Encoding List of transfer encodings the device supports. Property value is a list of transfer encodings, where each item in the list is a transfer encoding name as specified by RFC 2045 and registered with IANA. Override Literal (bag) "base64", "quoted-printable"
Push-Accept-Language List of preferred document languages. If a resource is available in more than one natural language, the server can use this property to determine which version of the resource to send to the device. The first item in the list should be considered the user's first choice, the second the second choice, and so on. Property value is a list of natural languages, where each item in the list is the name of a language as defined by RFC 3066[RFC3066]. Override Literal (seq) "zh-CN", "en", "fr"
Push-MaxPushReq Maximum number of outstanding push requests that the device can handle. Override Number "1", "5"
Push-MsgSize Maximum size of a push message that the device can handle. Value is number of bytes. Override Number "1024", "1400"

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CurrentBearerService Authoritative Values

Appendix C of the Wirless Datagram Protocol specification contains a Network bearer table. The values for this Attribute map directly to the Network bearer table. The table below contains the mapping - the Attribute Value column defines the authoritative values for this Attribute.

Network Bearer Type Address Type Attribute Value
Any Any Ipv4 IPV4
Any Any Ipv6 IPV6
GSM USSD Any GSM_USSD
GSM SMS GSM_MSISDN GSM_SMS_MSISDN
ANSI-136 GUTS/R-Data ANSI_136_MSISDN ANSI-136_GUTS_MSISDN
IS-95 CDMA SMS IS_637_MSISDN IS-195_CDMA_SMS
IS-95 CDMA CSD Ipv4 IS-195_CDMA_CSD
IS-95 CDMA Packet data Ipv4 IS-195_CDMA_PACKET
ANSI-136 CSD Ipv4 ANSI-136_CSD_IPV4
ANSI-136 Packet Data Ipv4 ANSI-136_PACKET_IPV4
GSM CSD Ipv4 GSM_CSD_IPV4
GSM GPRS Ipv4 GSM_GPRS_IPV4
GSM USSD Ipv4 GSM_USSD_IPV4
AMPS CDPD Ipv4 AMPS_CDPD_IPV4
PDC CSD Ipv4 PDC_CSD_IPV4
PDC Packet Data Ipv4 PDC_PACKET_IPV4
IDEN SMS iDEN_MSISDN IDEN_SMS_MSISDN
IDEN CSD Ipv4 IDEN_CSD_IPV4
IDEN Packet Data Ipv4 IDEN_PACKET_IPV4
Paging network FLEX FLEX_MSISDN PAGING_FLEX_MSISDN
PHS SMS PHS_MSISDN PHS_SMS_MSISDN
PHS CSD Ipv4 PHS_CSD_IPV4
GSM USSD GSM_Service_Code GSM_USSD_SERVICE_CODE
TETRA SDS TETRA_ITSI TETRA_SDS_ITSI
TETRA SDS TETRA_MSISDN TETRA_SDS_MSISDN
TETRA Packet Data Ipv4 TETRA_PACKET_IPV4
Paging network ReFLEX ReFLEX_MSISDN PAGING_REFLEX_MSISDN
GSM USSD GSM_MSISDN GSM_USSD_MSISDN
Mobitex MPAK MAN MOBITEX_MPAK_MAN
ANSI-136 GHOST/R_DATA GSM_MSISDN ANSI-136_GHOST_MSISDN

SupportedBearers Authoritative Values

The authoritative values for the SupportedBearers Attribute are defined in the CurrentBearerService section above.

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JavaPlatform Authoritative Values

The following table defines the authoritative values for the JavaPlatform attribute. See JCP for more information.

Java Edition Configuration Profile Specification (informative) Attribute Value
N/A PersonalJava PersonalJava Application Environment PersonalJava
Java 2 platform, Micro Edition (J2ME) Connected Limited Device Configuration J2ME Connected, Limited Device Configuration; Connected Limited Device Configuration 1.1 CLDC
Java 2 platform, Micro Edition (J2ME) Mobile Information Device Profile Mobile Information Device Profile for the J2ME Platform; Mobile Information Device Profile 2.0 MIDP
Java 2 platform, Micro Edition (J2ME) PDA Profile PDA Profile for the J2ME Platform PDAP
Java 2 platform, Micro Edition (J2ME) Connected Device Configuration J2ME Connected Device Configuration CDC
Java 2 platform, Micro Edition (J2ME) Foundation Profile J2ME Foundation Profile FoundationProfile
Java 2 platform, Micro Edition (J2ME) Personal Basis Profile Personal Basis Profile Specification PersonalBasisProfile
Java 2 platform, Micro Edition (J2ME) Personal Profile Personal Profile Specification PersonalProfile
Java 2 Standard Edition (J2SE) N/A J2SE Merlin Release Contents; J2SE 1.5 (Tiger) Release Contents J2SE
Java 2 Standard Edition (J2SE) N/A Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition 1.3 Specification; Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition 1.4 (J2EE 1.4) Specification J2EE

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