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Trying to achieve: *Add named exceptions/faults to an interface operation in the model *Run UML-to-WSDL and get a WSDL with operations/faults/fault messages
Current approach: 1. Start with an interface with an operation that has input/output message defined 2. Add a parameter, set name to for example "PersonNotFound", set direction "out" 3. Press the parameter, go to Advanced tab and set "Is Exception" to "true" 4. Run transformation Current result: * The fault is added, but the fault message does not have "PersonNotFound" in the name, but rather "Fault1". * When using WSDL2Java or wsimport, the message name is used, which is very cryptic Proposed solution: *Generate fault message name based on the pattern _ instead of _fault
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