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From Willem Jiang <willem.ji...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Detecting SOAP Faults
Date Mon, 09 Apr 2012 08:58:39 GMT
camel-cxf leverage the CXF soap stack by redirect the invocation of the 
method to the camel route.

ServiceMix is using the cxf-bc to handle the transport lever work and 
cxf-se to parser the soap message.

On 4/6/12 10:24 AM, Castyn wrote:
> I actually do have validation enabled on the CXF consumer in the properties
> with the schema-validation-enabled which I guess is why it returns a SOAP
> fault to the calling client and not something else.
>
> I didn't realize a CXF consumer never technically enters a route unless the
> consumer parse is successful, that is good to know.  I know I can generate
> and view faults once in the route or even after the CXF Producer in my route
> that happens later, I was just hoping for more of a window into the entire
> pipeline.
>
> Any ideas why Servicemix generates so much error text for a SOAP fault or
> how to make it less verbose?
>
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