Soap: <fault> exists, okay. But what about warnings?

Discussion in 'XML' started by Vince C., Aug 31, 2004.

  1. Vince C.

    Vince C. Guest

    Hi.

    I'd like to return warnings to a soap client instead of faults. Soap faults
    generally trigger an exception in clients (VBScript, JavaScript, VB,...).
    But I'd like to return a warning instead, i.e. a standard soap message that
    must not evaluate to an error but to a notification meaningful to the
    client.

    E.g. I'd like to perform an action on the server-side. If that action has
    already been performed and is not critical a simple warning should be
    returned instead of a fault. Does Soap also support warnings? Or is it left
    to the implementers?

    Thanks,
    Vince C.
     
    Vince C., Aug 31, 2004
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