All server-side exceptions should result in a SOAPFault being delivered to the client, which at the least includes an error message. I don't think a server-side exception can be delivered to the client, unless you programmed that into the service. (Also remember that web services are platform- and language-neutral, and the concept of exceptions and stack traces may not apply to the server-side implementation.)
I don't think a server-side exception can be delivered to the client, unless you programmed that into the service.
The Web service that i am calling is implemented in Java,and it does send custom exceptions as SOAPFaults(as specified in WSDL).But the exception that i got was not the one specified in WSDL but(more general) something like:
The point to note is "com.arin.pojo.Logging.java" is not the file that is in the client application.But, is on the server side.
I am finding it hard to believe that this could be a client side error.
Joined: Mar 22, 2005
No, it does not sound like a client-side exception. It sounds more like a server configuration problem than anything that's to do with the service itself. You should investigate what this message means, and under which circumstances it can occur.