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Question from Sun SCDWS Samples

 
Prasad Kuppa
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Here is the question:

Which fault code is sent if a client sends a SOAP message to an RPC-style Web service with an incorrect operation name?

A Sender
B Receiver
C MustUnderstand
D VersionMismatch
E DataEncodingUnknown

The correct answer provided is "A'- Sender.

But the valid faultcodes are - Client, Server, VersionMismatch and MustUnderstand.

How come they provided the answer as "Sender"?
 
jim ji
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sure,A is correct.
The receiving node generates a Client(soap 1.1) or Sender(soap 1.2)fault if the message is not well formed, or contains invalid data, or lacks information that was expected, like a specific header.
it also means that changes have to be made to the client side to make this operation successful.

Sender and Receiver were introduced in soap 1.2 to replace client and server
[ December 05, 2005: Message edited by: ji jim ]
 
Prasad Kuppa
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Thanks for the help!

Prasad
 
Martin Krieger
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Yes, the answer SUN suggests for this question is correct for SOAP 1.2.

But according to the Exam Objectives only SOAP 1.1 is topic - so I would consider the given answer wrong. Not that nice from SUN.

Are at least the questions in the real exam limited to the exam objectives?
 
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