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Proper way to define a fault in a WSDL

 
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I am having trouble generating a mapping file using JBoss's wstools and it is because it does not like my fault I have defined in my wsdl.

I know I should use jax-ws but I have to use jax-rpc for now as I am on a very old legacy system.

here is my wsdl can anyone tell if I am defining the type correctly in the types section and if my fault is correct:


Thanks!
 
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