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As stated earlier, the 'handling' Content-Disposition parameter can take two values: 'required' or 'optional'. While it is typically easy for a UA to decide which type of handling an individual body part requires, setting the 'handling' parameter of 'multipart' bodies requires extra considerations. If the handling of a 'multipart/mixed' body as a whole is required for processing its enclosing body part or message, the UA MUST set the 'handling' parameter of the 'multipart/mixed' body to 'required'. Otherwise, the UA MUST set it to 'optional'. The 'handling' parameters of the top-level body parts within the 'multipart/mixed' body are set independently from the 'handling' parameter of the 'multipart/mixed' body. If the handling of a particular top-level body part is required, the UA MUST set the 'handling' parameter of that body part 'required'. Otherwise, the UA MUST set it to 'optional'. Per the previous rules, a 'multipart/mixed' body whose handling is optional can contain body parts whose handling is required. In such case, the receiver is required to process the body parts whose handling is required if and only if the receiver decides to process the optional 'multipart/mixed' body. Also per the previous rules, a 'multipart/mixed' body whose handling is required can contain only body parts whose handling is optional. In such case, the receiver is required to process the body as a whole but, when processing it, the receiver may decide (based on its local policy) not to process any of the body parts. The 'handling' parameter is a Content-Disposition parameter. Therefore, in order to set this parameter, it is necessary to provide the 'multipart/mixed' body with a disposition type. Per [RFC3261], the default disposition type for 'application/sdp' is 'session' and for other bodies is 'render'. UAs SHOULD assign 'multipart/mixed' bodies a disposition type of 'render'. Note that the fact that 'multipart/mixed' bodies have a default disposition type of 'render' does not imply that they will be rendered to the user. The way the body parts within the 'multipart/mixed' are handled depends on the disposition types of the individual body parts. The actual disposition type of the whole 'multipart/mixed' is irrelevant. The 'render' disposition type has been chosen for 'multipart/mixed' bodies simply because 'render' is the default disposition type in SIP.

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