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how to return user defined faultcode

 
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Hi,

I want to change the faultcode. I am using axis2-1.3 and jdk1.5 and jboss4.2.2GA.
I have following :


I want the following:



how to do this or is it possible to do it?

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Sushma
 
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Yes, you can add custom faultCode to your soap message.

Refer FaultCode interface, it provide setFaultCode(String name), which help you in this regard.
 
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for anyone looking for answer, here is what I did in my code. Instead of throwing Exception, I throw Axisfault.



and it results in the following response:

 
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