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5  Generic MExE functions (excluding security)p. 16

5.1  User profilep. 16

5.2  Capability and content negotiationp. 19

5.3  Provisioning and management of servicesp. 22

5.4  User control of application connectionsp. 24

5.5  Quality of servicep. 24

5.6  Chargingp. 28

6  Generic MExE Securityp. 29

6.1  Introductionp. 29

6.2  MExE executable integrityp. 29

6.3  MExE executable permissionsp. 30

6.4  Handling of MExE executables when their valid root public key is not availablep. 34

6.5  User permission typesp. 35

6.6  Root Public keysp. 36

6.7  Certification and authorisation architecturep. 40

6.8  Usage of Signed Contentp. 44

6.9  Certificate Formatp. 46

6.10  Certificate managementp. 46

6.11  Separation of I/O streamsp. 50

6.12  Core software downloadp. 51

6.13  Administrator Conceptp. 51

7  MExE Classmark 1 (WAP environment)p. 56

8  MExE Classmark 2 (PersonalJava environment)p. 59

9  MExE Classmark 3 (J2ME CLDC environment)p. 64

10  MExE classmark 4 (CLI Compact environment)p. 67

A (Normative)  MExE profile of PKCS#15p. 71

B  PKCS#15 certificate objects ASN1 expanded syntax extractp. 73

C (Normative)  Access restriction certificate extensionp. 74

D  MExE executable life cyclep. 75

E  MExE conformance requirementsp. 80

$  Change historyp. 84


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