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 /*
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  * Standards and Technology (NIST), an agency of the Federal Government.
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package gov.nist.javax.sip.parser;
Interface defining the contract for the stack to interact with the message parser to parse a byte array containing the SIP Message into a SIPMessage object

Author(s):
jean.deruelle@gmail.com
public interface MessageParser {

Callback if an exception occurs during the parsing to notify back the stack

Parameters:
parseExceptionListener
	void setParseExceptionListener(ParseExceptionListener parseExceptionListener);

If the content body should be read or not

Parameters:
readBody
	void setReadBody(boolean readBody);

parse a byte array containing the SIP Message into a SIPMessage object

Parameters:
msgBytes the SIP Message received from the network
Returns:
a SIPMessage object that the stack can interact with
Throws:
java.text.ParseException if a parseexception occurs
	SIPMessage parseSIPMessage(byte[] msgBytesthrows ParseException;
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