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Difference between : HTTP_ACCEPT and CcppAccept

From: <christian.lefay_2@philips.com>
Date: Mon, 4 Feb 2002 17:10:21 +0000
To: www-mobile@w3.org
Message-ID: <OF4AC50A19.B0D3F11D-ONC1256B56.005C7342@diamond.philips.com>
Hello,

in CC/PP fro WAP there is an attribute "CcppAccept" which gives the list of content types the device support.
In HTTP there is a header HTTP_ACCEPT which gives also the list of the content types the device supports.

Due to the fact that both CC/ PP  and HTTP_ACCEPT are given into the request HTTP, it seems  the information is given twice.

do both information have the same semantic ?
if yes, what hapenning when both contents are differents for the server ?

I have the same question with "CcppAccept-Language" and HTTP_ACCEPT_LANGUAGE"

Best regards

Christian Lefay

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