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From Joe Nathan <jowen4...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: Axis 2, POJO, Exceptions and Faults
Date Sun, 15 Jul 2007 22:14:57 GMT


albert quinn wrote:
> 
>   I've been trying to do something like that but i couldn't make it
> work . My test Web Service returns a String and the client receives
> the AxisFault/RemoteException message throwed from the Web Service as
> it was the returned value from the Web Service !!!!!!!!!!!!!!, so I'd
> been able to know in the client side if an error happened in the
> server side.
> 

POJO is a plain Java objects that you cannot throw things!

I tend to return results wrapped in XML strings containing
types (=ok, error, ...) and contents. For clients, any exceptions
happened in transport will be captured by try {} catch blocks.
Errors occured in POJO servers will be embedded in return strings
as XML strings. Note that use of SOAP means that you should
live with XML!

regards.







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