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how to get full stack trace as Soap:fault?

 
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I have a question with Axis 1.4. I'm not able to see the full stack trace of the exception. I mean in the soap:fault string it showing the exception class name and exception name. but how to get the full stack trace in the soap fault. while using Axis2 ... I made changes in web-inf/conf/axis2.xml. but I'm not able to find the solution in Axis1.4 where can i configure to get the full stack trace as soap:fault string.
 
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There are some meditations on this topic here:
https://coderanch.com/t/452162/Web-Services/java/extract-exception-caused-SOAP-fault

I fact I am under the impression that returning the stacktrace is very much vendor-specific,
weblogic does it this way:

bea_fault:stacktrace

http://javamonamour.blogspot.com/2010/04/way-web-service-returns-stacktrace-in.html

not sure about Axis, but surely standardization would be welcome since it's a very useful info!
 
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