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WebService Call Failed

 
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Can anybody please tell me what happens at the client end, when a webservice call failed due to server down. Suppose i am using a jax-rpc generated stub to call the service, what kind exception handling should be written, and how do i resubmit the request to the service again. i have browsed through lot of websites, every one says how to call the service, but no one tells what to do in case server is down, please help!!
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The Web Services FAQ links to two articles explaining exception handling in JAX-RPC clients.
 
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Thanks Ulf!!
 
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