Acoustic™ Tealeaf uses publicly available standards for detecting user agents.
BrowsCap.csvfile detects fixed user agents and contains definitions for various web-capable devices.
BrowsCap.csvis widely used in commercial applications.Note: Tealeaf administrators can use
UserCap.csvto supplement the contents of the
BrowsCap.csvfile with user agents that are not listed in the standard.
The WURFL standard detects mobile user agents.
WURFL.csvthe in the following location:
Install the files on any Canister server or Health-Based Routing server where the Tealeaf Reference session agent is installed.
To enable detection of fixed and mobile user agents, the Tealeaf Reference session agent must be installed in each Windows pipeline that processes session data.
Health-Based Routing enables load balancing between multiple Canisters in a Tealeaf environment.
Installing the latest version of the fixed user agent file (BrowsCap.csv)
Acoustic Tealeaf uses a publicly available standard to identify your visitor's browser capabilities.
As new browsers and web devices are released or updated, the version of
BrowsCap.csv that is installed on your system can become out of date.
Check the Browser Capabilities Project website periodically for the most up-to-date release information and downloads of
BrowsCap.csvfile with the latest definitions:
BrowsCap.csvto the Acoustic Tealeaf CX server.
You can find the file at: Browser Capabilities Project website.Note: BrowsCap is available in various formats (.ini, .xml and .csv for example). Tealeaf supports the comma separated version (.csv) format only.
On startup, Tealeaf verifies that BrowsCap.csv was not modified and rejects any modified versions.
- On the Tealeaf CX server, save the file to <Tealeaf_Install_Directory>\system.
- Restart the Transport Service through the Tealeaf Management System.
Installing the latest version of the mobile user agent file (WURFL.csv)
Acoustic Tealeaf uses a publicly available standard to identify your visitor's mobile device capabilities.
Wireless Universal Resource FilLe (WURFL) is a Device Description Repository (DDR), a framework that enables applications to map HTTP requests to a description of the capability of the mobile device that requests the page.
WURFL is updated with each release and fixpack.