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list the elements contained in a web client request message.
Weegy: When an error occurs during processing, the response to a SOAP message is a SOAP fault element in the body of the message, [ and the fault is returned to the sender of the SOAP message. The SOAP fault mechanism returns specific information about the error, including a predefined code, a description, the address of the SOAP processor that generated A SOAP Message can carry only one fault block Fault element is an optional part of SOAP Message For the HTTP binding, a successful response is linked to the 200 to 299 range of status codes; SOAP fault is linked to the 500 to 599 range of status codes. The SOAP Fault element has the following sub elements: Sub Element Description A text code used to indicate a class of errors. See the next Table for a listing of predefined fault codes. A text message explaning the error A text string indicating who caused the fault. This is useful if the SOAP message travels through several nodes in the SOAP message path, and the client needs to know which node caused the error. A node that does not act as the ultimate destination must include a faultActor element. An element used to carry application-specific error messages. The detail element can contain child elements, called detail entries. ] (More)
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What is a web client request message
Weegy: A client request method is a "command" or "request" that a web client issues to a server. You can think of the method as the declaration of what the client's intentions are (More)
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In a web client request message what does therequest line does?
Weegy: The client submits an HTTP request message to the server. The server, which provides resources such as HTML files and other content, or performs other functions on behalf of the client, returns a response message to the client. [ The response contains completion status information about the request and may also contain requested content in its message body. ] (More)
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A quite a bit of time is wasted in removing spam and could easily result in accidental deletes as well. Do you think that spam ends up hurting real businesses that are trying to market to their customers with the spam laws that have enacted?
Weegy: In order to make the operation fast, when you delete a file, the operating system typically just sets a flag or removes an entry from a directory - the actual data within the file is left on disk to be reused later. [ [ Does the same apply to email messages? ? In short: maybe. First, let's be clear: when you delete a file in many email programs they're actually moved to a recycle bin so you can often find them there until the recycle bin is emptied. When you empty the recycle bin, then the messages are actually deleted. The problem is that different email programs all use different approaches to storing their email. As a result, there's no one answer as to what happens when they delete a message. One clue is if the email program provides a "compact" function for its email storage. That implies that the file will grow as email arrives, but when files are deleted the file doesn't get smaller until you compact. That implies that like a file system, messages that are deleted are simply marked without freeing up the space immediately. Like file systems, as long as new messages haven't overwritten where the deleted messages used to be, then it might be possible to actually retrieve deleted messages. It might need special tools, but it could be possible. One caution is that some email programs automatically rewrite or compact their files on exit, so this might only work if you make a copy of the email files before exiting the program. And finally, all of this applies to email that's downloaded to your system. Web-based email like Hotmail or Yahoo, server-based email systems like Microsoft Exchange, or IMAP servers add another level of complexity that makes deleted email that much less likely to be retrievable. ] ] (More)
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Do you think that spam ends up hurting real businesses that are trying to market to their customers with the spam laws that have enacted?
Weegy: I think that it could be hurting businesses of which are actually marketing and not scamming. But in these days and age no one truly knows which is which because even the most elaborate spam could be a con-artist. (More)
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