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From Fred Dushin <>
Subject Re: More on server response policies
Date Wed, 08 Oct 2008 17:57:32 GMT
That would probably get me over this particular hump, and it would be  
the least disrptive, because I have cases where my clients are barfing  
because they are getting an actual response, followed by a fault.

On Oct 8, 2008, at 1:38 PM, Daniel Kulp wrote:

> That said, I think the PolicyVerificationOutInterceptor should just  
> log a
> warning if something isn't asserted properly.   By the time it runs,
> stuff is already written out to the client.  It's too late to throw a
> fault.   For the interceptors the can detect that a policy isn't
> assertable and they know before things are written out, that  
> interceptor
> should throw an exception imediately, not wait for the verification to
> occur.   Example: if the password for the X509Token isn't correct or
> similar.  Instead of not asserting the X509Token policy, throw an
> exception.

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