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From Willem Jiang <willem.ji...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Missing Stack Trace when Handling SOAP Fault from a CXF Endpoint
Date Thu, 17 Mar 2011 00:43:29 GMT
Can you use a simple CXF client to catch the exception to see if it has 
the stack trace for the server side?
AFAIK, The stack trace of exception in the server side will not be 
marshalled by default.

On 3/16/11 9:53 PM, hyjshanghai wrote:
> I deliberately throw an ArithmeticException through diving by zero in the Web
> method of the web service..
>
> I also tried to throw this exception in a Camel Processor, rather than in a
> remote web service. Still, the Processor configured in the OnException
> clause got the ArithmeticException object from Exchange.EXCEPTION_CAUGHT
> property, only to find that the stack trace is null.
>
> So I believe it is a problem of the client-side camel, rather than one
> inside a remote CXF web service.
>
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