SOAP Faults are generated when there is an
error processing a Web service request (also known as a SOAP request). A SOAP
Fault consists of three elements:
- faultcode – Used by the software making the Web
service call to take action based on the type of error that occurred.
- faultstring – Contains the human-readable, localized
- detail – Contains exception-specific information about
the error. The detail section is normally an AEWebServicesFault that includes
the error message generated by the Web service call.
All Web service calls perform user
authentication and license checking. If an error occurs as a result of
authenticating a user or allocating a license, a SOAP Fault is returned. A list
of the error messages follows:
- ae:Client.LoginNoConcurrentLicense – No concurrent licenses
- ae:Client.LoginConcurrentExpired – User had but lost
- ae:Client.LoginServerDown –
LDAP Server Down
- ae:Client.LoginUserDisabled –
Disabled user account
- ae:Client.LoginNamespaceDisabled – Disabled namespace
- ae:Client.LoginLicenseViolation – System is in seat license
- ae:Client.LoginInvalidUserCredentials – Userid or password
The faultstring and AEWebServicesFault contain a human-readable,
localized error message that can be displayed to users.
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