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John Farrel
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I have generated a client for a web service with Axis 2.

The problem I have is that when the web service throws a Soap:Fault message I don't seem to have any way to get to the actual error it returns.
Axis2 throws a RemoteException, but I can't see a way to drill into that to get the text of the error (which I can see because I'm logging all i/o).

How do I get the faultString?

John.
John Farrel
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Anyone? Any ideas?
Ulf Dittmer
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I assume you're running this in a servlet container of some kind - isn't there a full stack trace in its log files?


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John Farrel
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I'm not sure what you're suggesting here.

My code calls the client. The client throws an exception. I catch the exception, but it does not include the useful error text I want to handle.
How would a logged stack dump help with that?
 
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