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From Gregory G Carter <gcar...@aesgi.com>
Subject Re: 'response' to one-way operation
Date Fri, 18 Mar 2005 19:22:37 GMT
I furthermore...

Is there a map of the response codes you get back from the http 
transport session vs the exceptions you get for a soap request.

I think I could probably answer that one myself by cracking open the 
source code...but

I am lazy at the moment.

-gc

Anne Thomas Manes wrote:

>HTTP is a request/response protocol, so a response is always returned
>to the client -- HTTP 200 OK. No SOAP response is returned, though.
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>On Fri, 18 Mar 2005 09:36:17 -0800, Jeff Greif
><jgreif@alumni.princeton.edu> wrote:
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>>When a one-way operation is invoked via SOAP over HTTP, is there an HTTP
>>response to the client, or is the connection just closed by the server?  If
>>there is some sort of response, what is supposed to appear on the wire back
>>to the client?
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>>Jeff
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