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BP 1.0 restrictions on SOAP Fault

 
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Based upon the restrictions of the Basic Procile 1.0, I understand that the following fragments are wrong for the faultcode element in a soap Fault:


because the dot notation is disallowed and the namespace is defined as above.

However, is the dot notation illegal based on BP 1.0 if it is used within a custom namespace, as in:


[ May 09, 2007: Message edited by: Femi Anthony ]
 
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No, as I understand it

is fine, although the "Server" fault code is no longer the standard Server fault code defined by SOAP, but a namespace specific fault code that just happens to start with "Server" in the "http://nspace.com/faultcodes"; namespace.

BP Fault Codes

It is recommended that applications that require custom fault codes either use the SOAP1.1 defined fault codes and supply additional information in the detail element, or that they define these codes in a namespace that is controlled by the specifying authority.


[ May 10, 2007: Message edited by: michael warren ]
 
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