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.
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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