DELI: Open Source Delivery Context Java Library supporting CC/PP and UAProf

From: Butler, Mark (Mark_Butler@hplb.hpl.hp.com)
Date: Fri, Nov 02 2001

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    From: "Butler, Mark" <Mark_Butler@hplb.hpl.hp.com>
    To: "'w3c-ccpp-wg@w3.org'" <w3c-ccpp-wg@w3.org>, "'w3c-di-wg@w3.org'" <w3c-di-wg@w3.org>, "'www-ccpp-protocol@w3.org'" <www-ccpp-protocol@w3.org>, "'www-mobile@w3.org'" <www-mobile@w3.org>, "'WAP-UAPROF@MAIL.WAPFORUM.ORG'" <WAP-UAPROF@MAIL.WAPFORUM.ORG>
    Date: Fri, 2 Nov 2001 16:01:44 -0000 
    Subject: DELI: Open Source Delivery Context Java Library supporting CC/PP  	and UAProf
    
    Different web-enabled devices have different input, output, hardware,
    software, network and browser capabilities. In order for a web server or
    web-based application to provide optimized content to different clients it
    requires a description of the capabilities of the client known as the
    delivery context. Recently two new compatible standards have been created
    for describing delivery context: Composite Capabilities / Preferences
    Profile (CC/PP) created by the W3C and User Agent Profile (UAProf) created
    by the WAP Forum. 
    
    DELI is an open-source library developed at HP Labs that allows Java
    servlets to resolve HTTP requests containing delivery context information
    from CC/PP or UAProf capable devices and query the resolved profile. It also
    provides support for legacy devices so that the proprietary delivery context
    descriptions currently used by applications can be replaced by standardised
    CC/PP descriptions.
    
    To download DELI and the DELI user guide, see my web page:
    
    http://www-uk.hpl.hp.com/people/marbut/
    
    Feedback, comments, criticisms, contributions etc are all very welcome!
    
    Please watch my web page for further updates. 
    
    best regards
    
    Mark H. Butler
    Research Scientist
    HP Labs Bristol