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javax.xml.rpc.soap.SOAPFaultException: System.Web.Services.Protocols.SoapException:

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I am consuming a webservice which takes in 10 parameters.
The aim of the call to the webservice is to obtain a Task ID.All the parameters for the call are supplied from a JSP page(using JSF).
The following is the web service call

The following is the JSP page:

The thing which i am not able to understand is this error at my Tomcat console:

The ticket and project ID are available within the bean.The rest 8 parameters are made available frm the JSP.
On selecting fields like Subjects etc from my dropdown box, the web service call in the bean throws an error regarding the ID of the field.
Why is my web service call checking the dropdown box field id's!when all the required parameters have been passed to the service through my bean and its arrangement of setters and getters.

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