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Inside Microsoft® Exchange Server 2007 Web Services by Huw Upshall, Mark Taylor, Ben Spain, Michael Mainer, David Sterling

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Chapter 18. Errors Never Happen

How much easier our lives as developers would be if we never encountered erroneous conditions! Bad or missing input, data, hardware, assumptions, and a myriad of other conditions can cause untold grief. This is especially true if your code is not designed to handle such conditions properly. Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Web Services (EWS) must also deal with error conditions. Being an application programming interface (API), in most cases Exchange Web Services reports these conditions to you, the caller. This chapter is all about how these conditions are reported and what you can do about them.

SOAP and Batch Processing

Because Exchange Web Services is a standards-based Web service, all Exchange Web Services requests ...

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