Hi Mark,

Perhaps I'm missing something here?  One aspect of the one-way SOAP MEP is that you *cannot* return a fault.  Mind you, if you're using WSDL with an MEP that has an input message and fault message, wouldn't an application map that two a two-way SOAP-MEP, or use WS-Addressing to indicate a return address?


Mark R Maxey wrote:

I don't fully understand the abstract SOAP MEPs and how it applies to this document.  Can someone explain how a receiver of a one-way SOAP/JMS message can return a fault back to the sender when the JMSReplyTo is required to not be set?

Mark Maxey