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Query regarding soap


Scenario: Synchronous Login soap call.

I am using the wsdl provided by the webservice, for

1. login request

2. login response

3. login fault.

The login request/response is working fine. However, the login fault message is erroring out in XI, at the send synchronous step.(System error)

There is no more information provided about the error in the PE.

Is there more to fault message handling other than the following steps?

1. Specify the fault message in the sync MI

2. Specify an exception in the send step.

3. Define an exception handler to handle this exception.


Is the incoming request/response/fault msg from a webservice, validated against message types provided in the synchronous message interface(specified in the send step)?



Message was edited by: Smitha Rao

Message was edited by: Smitha Rao

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  • Posted on Oct 23, 2006 at 01:17 PM

    Hi Rao,

    The System error normally occur during transfer due to a failed server or abnormal operation on a consistent database instance. With some errors, an implicit Shutdown is performed.


    The database instance should be shut down and Create a trace of the last database activities and trace to rectify the error.


    Agasthuri Doss

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