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OperationFaultCollection Class

Represents a collection of instances of the OperationFault class. This class cannot be inherited.

Namespace: System.Web.Services.Description
Assembly: System.Web.Services (in system.web.services.dll)

public sealed class OperationFaultCollection : ServiceDescriptionBaseCollection
public final class OperationFaultCollection extends ServiceDescriptionBaseCollection
public final class OperationFaultCollection extends ServiceDescriptionBaseCollection
Not applicable.

The OperationFault class corresponds to the Web Services Description Language (WSDL) <fault> element enclosed by the <operation> element that is in turn enclosed by the <portType> element. For more information about WSDL, see the specification at http://www.w3.org/TR/wsdl/.

using System;
using System.Web.Services.Description;

public class MyOperationFaultCollectionSample
{
   public static void Main()
   {
      try
      {
         // Read the StockQuote.wsdl file as input.
         ServiceDescription myServiceDescription = 
            ServiceDescription.Read("StockQuote_cs.wsdl");
         PortTypeCollection myPortTypeCollection = 
            myServiceDescription.PortTypes;
         PortType myPortType = myPortTypeCollection[0];
         OperationCollection myOperationCollection = myPortType.Operations;
         Operation myOperation = myOperationCollection[0];
         OperationFaultCollection myOperationFaultCollection = 
            myOperation.Faults;

         // Reverse the operation fault order.
         if(myOperationFaultCollection.Count > 1)
         {
            OperationFault myOperationFault = myOperationFaultCollection[0];
            OperationFault[] myOperationFaultArray = 
               new OperationFault[myOperationFaultCollection.Count];

            // Copy the operation faults to a temporary array.
            myOperationFaultCollection.CopyTo(myOperationFaultArray, 0);

            // Remove all the operation faults from the collection.
            for(int i = 0; i < myOperationFaultArray.Length; i++)
            {
               myOperationFaultCollection.Remove(myOperationFaultArray[i]);
            }

            // Insert the operation faults in the reverse order.
            for(int i = 0, j = (myOperationFaultArray.Length - 1);
               i < myOperationFaultArray.Length; i++, j--)
            {
               myOperationFaultCollection.Insert(
                  i, myOperationFaultArray[j]);
            }
            if ( myOperationFaultCollection.Contains(myOperationFault) &&
               (myOperationFaultCollection.IndexOf(myOperationFault) 
               == myOperationFaultCollection.Count-1))
            {
               Console.WriteLine(
                  "Succeeded in reversing the operation faults.");
            }
            else 
            {
               Console.WriteLine("Error while reversing the faults.");
            }
         }
         BindingCollection myBindingCollection = 
            myServiceDescription.Bindings;
         Binding myBinding = myBindingCollection[0];
         OperationBindingCollection myOperationBindingCollection = 
            myBinding.Operations;
         OperationBinding myOperationBinding = 
            myOperationBindingCollection[0];
         FaultBindingCollection myFaultBindingCollection = 
            myOperationBinding.Faults;

         // Reverse the fault binding order.
         if(myFaultBindingCollection.Count > 1) 
         {
            FaultBinding myFaultBinding = myFaultBindingCollection[0];

            FaultBinding[] myFaultBindingArray = 
               new FaultBinding[myFaultBindingCollection.Count];

            // Copy the fault bindings to a temporary array.
            myFaultBindingCollection.CopyTo(myFaultBindingArray, 0);

            // Remove all the fault bindings.
            for(int i = 0; i < myFaultBindingArray.Length; i++)
            {
               myFaultBindingCollection.Remove(myFaultBindingArray[i]);
            }

            // Insert the fault bindings in the reverse order.
            for(int i = 0, j = (myFaultBindingArray.Length - 1);
               i < myFaultBindingArray.Length; i++, j--)
            {
               myFaultBindingCollection.Insert(i, myFaultBindingArray[j]);
            }

            // Check whether the first element before the reversal 
            // is now the last element.
            if(myFaultBindingCollection.Contains(myFaultBinding) && 
               myFaultBindingCollection.IndexOf(myFaultBinding) == 
               (myFaultBindingCollection.Count - 1))
            {
               // Write the WSDL generated to a file.
               myServiceDescription.Write("StockQuoteOut_cs.wsdl");
               Console.WriteLine(
                  "The file StockQuoteOut_cs.wsdl was successfully written.");
            }
            else
            {
               Console.WriteLine(
                  "An error occured while reversing the input WSDL file.");
            }
         }
      }
      catch(Exception e)
      {
         Console.WriteLine("Exception caught!!!");
         Console.WriteLine("Source : " + e.Source);
         Console.WriteLine("Message : " + e.Message);
      }
   }
}

import System.*;
import System.Web.Services.Description.*;

public class MyOperationFaultCollectionSample
{
    public static void main(String[] args)
    {
        try {
            // Read the StockQuote.wsdl file as input.
            ServiceDescription myServiceDescription = ServiceDescription.
                Read("StockQuote_jsl.wsdl");
            PortTypeCollection myPortTypeCollection = myServiceDescription.
                get_PortTypes();
            PortType myPortType = myPortTypeCollection.get_Item(0);
            OperationCollection myOperationCollection = myPortType.
                get_Operations();
            Operation myOperation = myOperationCollection.get_Item(0);
            OperationFaultCollection myOperationFaultCollection = myOperation.
                get_Faults();
            // Reverse the operation fault order.
            if (myOperationFaultCollection.get_Count() > 1) {
                OperationFault myOperationFault = myOperationFaultCollection.
                    get_Item(0);
                OperationFault myOperationFaultArray[] = new OperationFault[
                    myOperationFaultCollection.get_Count()];
                // Copy the operation faults to a temporary array.
                myOperationFaultCollection.CopyTo(myOperationFaultArray, 0);
                // Remove all the operation faults from the collection.
                for (int i = 0; i < myOperationFaultArray.get_Length(); i++) {
                    myOperationFaultCollection.Remove(myOperationFaultArray.
                        get_Item(i));
                }
                // Insert the operation faults in the reverse order.
                for (int i = 0, j = myOperationFaultArray.get_Length() - 1;
                    i < myOperationFaultArray.get_Length(); i++, j--) {
                    myOperationFaultCollection.Insert(i, myOperationFaultArray.
                        get_Item(j));
                }
                if (myOperationFaultCollection.Contains(myOperationFault) 
                    && myOperationFaultCollection.IndexOf(myOperationFault)
                    == myOperationFaultCollection.get_Count() - 1) {
                    Console.WriteLine("Succeeded in reversing the operation "
                        + "faults.");
                }
                else {
                    Console.WriteLine("Error while reversing the faults.");
                }
            }
            BindingCollection myBindingCollection = myServiceDescription.
                get_Bindings();
            Binding myBinding = myBindingCollection.get_Item(0);
            OperationBindingCollection myOperationBindingCollection = 
                myBinding.get_Operations();
            OperationBinding myOperationBinding = myOperationBindingCollection.
                get_Item(0);
            FaultBindingCollection myFaultBindingCollection = 
                myOperationBinding.get_Faults();
            // Reverse the fault binding order.
            if (myFaultBindingCollection.get_Count() > 1) {
                FaultBinding myFaultBinding = myFaultBindingCollection.
                    get_Item(0);
                FaultBinding myFaultBindingArray[] = 
                    new FaultBinding[myFaultBindingCollection.get_Count()];
                // Copy the fault bindings to a temporary array.
                myFaultBindingCollection.CopyTo(myFaultBindingArray, 0);
                // Remove all the fault bindings.
                for (int i = 0; i < myFaultBindingArray.get_Length(); i++) {
                    myFaultBindingCollection.Remove(myFaultBindingArray.
                        get_Item(i));
                }
                // Insert the fault bindings in the reverse order.
                for (int i = 0, j = myFaultBindingArray.get_Length() - 1; 
                    i < myFaultBindingArray.get_Length(); i++, j--) {
                    myFaultBindingCollection.Insert(i, myFaultBindingArray.
                        get_Item(j));
                }
                // Check whether the first element before the reversal 
                // is now the last element.
                if (myFaultBindingCollection.Contains(myFaultBinding) 
                    && myFaultBindingCollection.IndexOf(myFaultBinding)
                    == myFaultBindingCollection.get_Count() - 1) {
                    // Write the WSDL generated to a file.
                    myServiceDescription.Write("StockQuoteOut_jsl.wsdl");
                    Console.WriteLine("The file StockQuoteOut_jsl.wsdl was "
                        + "successfully written.");
                }
                else {
                    Console.WriteLine("An error occured while reversing the "
                        + "input WSDL file.");
                }
            }
        }
        catch (System.Exception e) {
            Console.WriteLine("Exception caught!!!");
            Console.WriteLine("Source : " + e.get_Source());
            Console.WriteLine("Message : " + e.get_Message());
        }
    } //main
} //MyOperationFaultCollectionSample

Any public static (Shared in Visual Basic) members of this type are thread safe. Any instance members are not guaranteed to be thread safe.

Windows 98, Windows Server 2000 SP4, Windows Millennium Edition, Windows Server 2003, Windows XP Media Center Edition, Windows XP Professional x64 Edition, Windows XP SP2, Windows XP Starter Edition

The Microsoft .NET Framework 3.0 is supported on Windows Vista, Microsoft Windows XP SP2, and Windows Server 2003 SP1.

.NET Framework

Supported in: 3.0, 2.0, 1.1, 1.0

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