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Examples of using these additional headers appear later in this article. NET the browser capabilities corresponding to the client browser headers are defined in a series of files with a .browser extension.
For a Windows Mobile 5.0 Pocket PC, there are three browser entries in the pie.browser file that collectively define the Internet Explorer Mobile capability properties. Notice that in addition to providing a match for the user agent value, the regular expression in the section stores five variable values which are used to set the capability properties as shown in table 1. Internet Explorer Mobile capabilities defined by Win CE browser section for Windows Mobile 5.0 As you can see, the capability definitions for Internet Explorer Mobile are tied very closely to the contents and structure of the user agent string; this is true for most browsers.
Such a close tie to the structure of a specific user agent format can make the process of setting capability properties very sensitive, causing even minor changes to the user agent to negatively affect the process.
This is exactly what happened with Internet Explorer Mobile on Windows Mobile 6 and Windows Mobile 6.1.
NET sites that work with Microsoft® Internet Explorer® Mobile on Microsoft Windows Mobile® 5.0 may not render correctly when accessed from Internet Explorer Mobile on Windows Mobile 6 and Windows Mobile 6.1; he then demonstrates how to overcome this issue through the addition of a custom browser definition file. NET Microsoft Visual Studio® 2008 Visual Studio 2005 Microsoft Windows Mobile 6 Professional Microsoft Windows Mobile 6 Standard Microsoft Windows Mobile 6 Classic Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.1 Standard Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.1 Classic Introduction What We Have Windows Mobile 5.0 User Agent Windows Mobile 6 User Agent What We Need Defining the Windows Mobile 6 and Windows Mobile 6.1 Capabilities Using the New Capabilities File Conclusion Windows Mobile 6 and Windows Mobile 6.1 provide a substantially improved Internet Explorer Mobile browser than that on earlier versions of Windows Mobile. NET sites that work perfectly with Windows Mobile 5.0 devices sometimes seem to not work as well with Windows Mobile 6 and Windows Mobile 6.1 devices, which is not what one expects from an "improved" browser. NET sites created with Visual Studio 2008 and earlier do not fully recognize Internet Explorer Mobile on Windows Mobile 6 and Windows Mobile 6.1 devices. NET doesn't recognize Internet Explorer Mobile on these devices, the capability properties that ASP.
NET stores in the HTTP request's Http Browser Capabilities instance are not set correctly.