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SOAP Fault Element

Sudhanshu Mishra
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Joined: May 28, 2011
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Hi all,
I have just started preparing for SCDJWS and I am stuck with few doubts...

1:The SOAP Schema which is at the URL SOAP Schema does not specifies that elementFormDefualt is "qualified".
2:Even if I assume that elementFormDefualt is "qualified", then while creating the SOAP Fault message,I MUST write the qualified names of the "faultcode" and "fualtstring" elements.
Why I am asking this is becuase,I just copied the entire SOAP Schema from the website to my Eclipse editor,and then tried to use "unqualified faultcode and faultstring" elements.It worked fine.
But,when I modified the schema as "elementFormDefualt=qualified" (which the schema claims of),I was unable to use "unqualified faultcode and faultstring" elements and I had qualify them.


If the question seems silly,please forgive me as I have just started
I request Javaranch to please help me out.

Thanks....
 
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