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Re: What, if anything, comes back on the HTTP reply if fault is non-default?

From: David Hull <dmh@tibco.com>
Date: Thu, 10 Mar 2005 21:25:38 -0500
To: Jonathan Marsh <jmarsh@microsoft.com>
Cc: public-ws-addressing@w3.org
Message-id: <423101A2.8000308@tibco.com>
Jonathan Marsh wrote:

> Doesn't the binding of SOAP to an underlying transport such as HTTP 
> answer that question?
>
I don't think so, at least not yet.  The SOAP/HTTP binding describes 
POST/response (and plain response with GET or other request mechanism).  
The cases described don't fit into this.  They have a one-way request 
and a one-way fault (or response) to an unrelated endpoint.  They would, 
however, be covered by Dave Orchard's SOAP one-way proposal, which (I 
believe) calls for a 2xx response to complete a one-way.

It's an interesting case.  If there is a fault, the behavior is 
basically two correlated one-ways.  If not, it should act like a regular 
SOAP/HTTP request/reply (which is still two correlated one-ways, but 
HTTP is doing the correlation).

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> [mailto:public-ws-addressing-request@w3.org] *On Behalf Of *David Hull
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> *Subject:* What, if anything, comes back on the HTTP reply if fault is 
> non-default?
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> Eric Johnson of TIBCO caught this on review.  He asks
>
> For example, if I'm using HTTP as the transport, a "fault" occurs, and 
> there is a "fault" header [and the reply is anonymous], what gets sent 
> back on the implied reply channel?  A "200 OK"?
>
> There would be a similar question if the fault is anonymous and the 
> reply-to is present.
>
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