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The Web Service Inbound Dispatcher is a business service that is called by an inbound transport server component (or an outbound Web service dispatcher locally). This business service analyzes input SOAP messages containing XML data, converts the XML data to an XML hierarchy, maps the XML hierarchy to business service method arguments, and calls the appropriate method for the appropriate service (business service or process). After the called method finishes its execution, the Web Service Inbound Dispatcher converts the output arguments to XML data, and returns the XML embedded in the SOAP envelope. During this process, any errors are returned as SOAP fault messages.
For instance, the following example illustrates a particular case where mustUnderstand has been set to 1; and therefore, the header is interpreted as being mandatory. However, the corresponding filter and handler to process the header was not defined. This causes a SOAP fault message to be returned.
For more information on SOAP fault handling, see About SOAP Fault Schema Support.
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