Course wireless application environment Overview

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1. SCOPE
2. DOCUMENT STATUS
2.1   COPYRIGHT NOTICE
2.2   ERRATA
2.3   COMMENTS
3. REFERENCES
3.1   NORMATIVE REFERENCES
3.2   INFORMATIVE REFERENCES
4. DEFINITIONS AND ABBREVIATIONS
4.1   DEFINITIONS
4.2   ABBREVIATIONS
5. WAE DOCUMENTATION
5.1   THE WAE DOCUMENT SUITE
5.2   DOCUMENT ORGANIZATION
6. WAE EFFORT
6.1   BACKGROUND
6.2   DIRECTION
6.2.1Initial Phase Accomplishments
6.2.2Future Direction
6.3   GOALS AND REQUIREMENTS
7. WAE ARCHITECTURE  OVERVIEW
7.1   THE WWW M ODEL
7.2   THE WAE MODEL
7.3   URL NAMING
7.4   COMPONENTS OF WAE
7.4.1WAE User Agents
7.4.2WAE Services and Formats
7.4.2.1  WM L
7.4.2.2  WMLScript
7.4.2.3  URLs
7.4.2.4  WAE Content Formats
7.5   WML AND WMLSCRIPT  EXCHANGES
7.6   INTERNATIONALISATION
7.7   SECURITY AND ACCESS CONTROL
8. WTA ARCHITECTURE  OVERVIEW
8.1   WTA FRAMEWORK COMPONENTS
8.1.1WTA Libraries
8.1.2WTA URL Scheme
8.1.3WTA Event Handling
8.1.4WTA Network Security
8.2   TELEPHONY -SPECIFIC EXCHANGES
8.2.1WTA Origin Servers
8.2.2Third Party Origin Servers
8.2.3Mobile Network

Extrait du course wireless application environment Overview

1. Scope
Wireless Application Environment (WAE) is a result of the Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) efforts to promote industry-wide standards and specifications for developing applications and services that operate over wireless communication networks. WAE specifies an application framework for wireless devices such as mobile telephones, pagers and PDAs. The framework extends and leverages other WAP technologies, including Wireless Transaction Protocol (WTP) and Wireless Session Protocol (WSP), as well as other Internet technologies such as XML, URLs, scripting and various content formats. The effort is aimed at enabling operators, manufacturers and content developers to meet the challenges of implementing advanced differentiating services and applications in a fast and flexible manner.
2. Document Status
This document is available online in the following formats:
•PDF format at http://www.wapforum.org/
2.1 Copyright Notice
© Copyright Wireless Application Protocol Forum, Ltd. 1998, 1999.
Terms and conditions of use are available from the Wireless Application Protocol Forum Ltd. web site at http://www.wapforum.org/docs/copyright.htm.
2.2 Errata
Known problems associated with this document are published at http://www.wapforum.org/
2.3 Comments
Comments regarding this document can be submitted to the WAP Forum in the manner published at http://www.wapforum.org/
3. References
3.1 Normative References
[ISO10646] « Information Technology – Universal Multiple-Octet Coded Character Set (UCS) – Part 1:
Architecture and Basic Multilingual Plane », ISO/IEC 10646-1:1993.
[RFC2068] « Hypertext Transfer Protocol – HTTP/1.1 », R. Fielding, et al., January 1997. URL:http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc2068.txt
[RFC2396] « Uniform Resource Identifier (URI): Generic Syntax », T. Berners-Lee, et al., August 1998. URL:http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc2396.txt
[UNICODE] « The Unicode Standard: Version 2.0 », The Unicode Consortium, Addison-Wesley Developers Press, 1996. URL: http://www.unicode.org/
[VCARD] vCard – The Electronic Business Card; version 2.1; The Internet Mail Consortium (IMC),September 18, 1996, http://www.imc.org/pdi/vcard-21.doc
[VCAL] vCalendar – the Electronic Calendaring and Scheduling Format; version 1.0; The Internet Mail Consortium (IMC), September 18, 1996, http://www.imc.org/pdi/vcal-10.doc
[WAE] « Wireless Application Environment Specification », WAP Forum, 04-November-1999. URL:http://www.wapforum.org/
[WAP] « Wireless Application Protocol Architecture Specification », Wireless Application WAP Forum,April 30, 1998. URL: http://www.wapforum.org/
3.2 Informative References
[HDML2] « Handheld Device Markup Language Specification », P. King, et al., April 11, 1997.
[HTML4] « HTML 4.0 Specification, W3C Recommendation 18-December-1997, REC-HTML40-971218 »,
D. Raggett, et al., September 17, 1997. URL: http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-html40
[ISO8879] « Information Processing – Text and Office Systems – Standard Generalised Markup Language
(SGML) », ISO 8879:1986.
[ECMASCRIPT]Standard ECMA-262: « ECMAScript Language Specification », ECMA, June 1997.
[JAVASCRIPT] « JavaScript: The Definitive Guide », David Flanagan. O’Reilly & Associates, Inc. 1997.
4. Definitions and Abbreviations
4.1 Definitions
The following are terms and conventions used throughout this specification.Author – an author is a person or program that writes or generates WML, WMLScript or other content. Bytecode – content encoding where the content is typically a set of low-level opcodes (i.e., instructions) and operands for a targeted hardware (or virtual) machine.
Card – a single WML unit of navigation and user interface. May contain information to present to the user,instructions for gathering user input, etc.
Client – a device (or application) that initiates a request for connection with a server.Client Server Communication – communication between a client and a server. Typically the server performs a task (such as generating content) on behalf of the client. Results of the task are usually sent back to the client (e.g., generated content.) Content – synonym for data objects.

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