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Question on Soap Faults and Application Exceptions

 
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Hi,

I encountered something regarding Soap fault and aplication exception which I do not understand. Please help!

If I have a web service endpoint running in a server and it throws an application exception. Where should I specify the "faultcode", "faultstring" and "faultactor" in the soap fault message that will be generated by the server. I have looked through the schemas of WSDL, webservices.xml and JAX-RPC mapping file and didnt manage to find the place whereby I can specify them.
I may have a non-standard fault code which I want to use, so where can i state it?

Thanks!
 
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