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From "Jennifer Yip" <>
Subject Re: Dont let it spoil my weekend
Date Fri, 20 Aug 2004 17:10:12 GMT


Big thank you - all working - opened my eyes to inpuit modules and better 
use of flowscript

I had an XSP hammer and everythink looked like a nail

Have a great weekend

>From: Vadim Gritsenko <>
>Subject: Re: Dont let it spoil my weekend
>Date: Fri, 20 Aug 2004 10:59:13 -0400
>Jennifer Yip wrote:
>>The request etc works fine but I have just started testing exceptions in 
>>the soap service and these get transformed to soap-env:faults when 
>>response is received above.
>If you want to throw an exception when web service faults, I personally 
>would use axis webservice client from the flowscript - and axis client will 
>throw an exception (which you can either catch in flowscript or it will get 
>propagated to the error handler).
>If you don't want to use flowscript, you can write an action.
>If do *not* want to throw exception but rather just display different 
>result depending on the response, do it in xslt...
>   <xsl:when test="Soap-Env:Fault">
>Pick right tool for the job...

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