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Assigning device classes
January 31, 2013
The process of assigning a device class to one of the supported clients in WebSphere Portal. Usually, when a certain device class needs to be supported, the first step is to create client definitions for each of the devices that belong to this class. Then, you create a device class and assign the device class to the clients. The assignment of device classes on clients is done in the Supported Clients administration section, using a specific capability on the client.
Manually assign a device class to a client
You can manually assign a device class to a client.
Xml sample for assigning a device class
This example creates a client that matches devices sending
in the user agent. The device class
is also assigned to the client.
Creating and deleting device classes
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