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Fault message for Sync scenario

My scenario is CRM < > XI < > WS.

I am using Proxy and SOAP adapters.

My question is about fault message.

The web service dosent speak anyting about Fault message.

So, I am creating 2 fault message one for request and one for response. and i am assigning the request fault message to outbound message interface and response fault message to inbound message interface. I am creating message mapping for these two fault messages and i am using this message mapping in Fault tab of interface mapping.

Now my quesion is Am i doing correct?

Do i need to use two fault messages?

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    Posted on Feb 01, 2008 at 07:57 AM

    In my opinion, You can use only one fault message. As proxy to xi is asynchronous so need to provide any fault.

    But if you are using whole synchronous interfaces then tou have done the right job

    Go ahead.

    Please rewards if found helpful.

    BR,

    Alok

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    Posted on Feb 01, 2008 at 08:24 AM

    Hi ,

    If its a Web Srevice then it is better to ask for the WSDl and this will give you the fault message,if it is supported by the Service.

    Else anyway adding fault message will not solve your purpose as Web Servcie is not supporting tht.

    If you are generating the WSDL and giving it to servcie then u need only one Fault message and This Message don't have any direction but used to communicate the Error Back to XI system.

    Regards

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