Sun Java System Access Manager 7 2005Q4 Developer's Guide


HTML is a base style containing properties common to HTML-based browsers. It might have several branches including web-based HTML (or genericHTML), cHTML (Compact HTML) and others. All configured devices for this style could inherit these properties which include:


Identifies the base profile. The default value is HTML.


Arbitrary string which uniquely identifies the client. The default value is HTML.


Used to locate the client type files (templates and JSP files). The default value is html.


Defines the content type of the HTTP request. The default value is text/html.


Client that will be treated as HTML. The default value is true. This attribute does not refer to the similarly named generic HTML style.


Defines whether cookies are supported by the client browser. The default value is true which sets a cookie in the response header. The other two values could be False which sets the cookie in the URL and Null which allows for dynamic cookie detection. In the first request, the cookie is set in both the response header and the URL; the actual mode is then detected and set from the subsequent request.

Although the Client Detection Service supports a cookieless mode, Access Manager console does not. Therefore, enabling this function will not allow login to the console. This feature is provided for wireless applications and others that will support it.


Defines the character encoding used by Access Manager to send a response to the browser. The default value is UTF-8.