The Accept JSP is the target for the connection for all the
types of browsers. It identifies the type of browser and
redirects it to the version of the presentation most
appropriate for that browser.
The same information forms the basis of all the
Each version of the presentation is tailored for a specific
Each version can filter the information and provide a
suitable level of detail.
The presentation versions are thin and focus only on the
presentation language and on the level of detail. The
back-end component hides all the complexities and
provides a unique source of information for all the
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