I would like to get insight into the internal lookup table that Adobe uses to determine the Language dimension (based on the Accept-Language value).
More specifically I am wondering which value (accept-language) results in the following Language values:
Dutch (Netherlands)DutchEnglish (United States)English (United Kingdom)Dutch (Belgium)Polish (Poland)English (Netherlands)EnglishGerman (Germany)French (France)
When is something "Dutch" and when "Dutch (Netherlands)".
And lets say I have this value: accept-language: en,nl-NL;q=0.9,nl;q=0.8,en-US;q=0.7 what Language value would be assigned to this?
# Adobe Documentation:
"This dimension references a lookup table internal to Adobe. The lookup value is based on the Accept-Language HTTP header in image requests. "
It's an older site, but perhaps https://www.metamodpro.com/browser-language-codes can give you an idea. There is the base language (e.g. Dutch, or "nl") and the qualifier (e.g. "-be" for Belgium).