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Throwing exception from WCF to client

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Can i throw a normal exception object from WCF to client? Or should it be converted to SOAP? If yes, can you please brief on the reason for the conversion?
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by:eirikurh
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If your client is written in programming language that don´t have exceptions.
If you have a .NET client only, i don´t see any problems using exceptions.
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