file includes the
definitions and the properties for the browsers defined by those
headers. For more information about the HTTP headers sent by the
client, see the latest specification for the HTTP protocol. You can
add to the BrowsCap.ini file as many property
definitions as you wish. You also can define default values for each
Your BrowsCap.ini file must reside in the same physical directory as BrowsCap.dll. This is the \WinNT \System32\inetsrv directory by default for Internet Information Server 5.0.
The format of the BrowsCap.ini file must match the following:
[; comments] [
UserAgentHTTPHeader] [Parent =
vntValue1] . . . [additional code]
vntValueN] ; Default Browser Settings [
vntDefaultValue1] . . . [additional code]
The elements in the previous code break down as follows:
You can add comments to the BrowsCap.ini file at any place in the file by starting the comment line with a semicolon. These comments are ignored by the BrowserType object.
There is one
UserAgentHTTPHeader sent by
the client for each browser type defined in the file. For each
browser type thus defined, there is a series of property name/value
pairs for that browser. Each
UserAgentHTTPHeader entry in the
BrowsCap.ini file must be unique.
If you have several browser types that have the same property/value ...