Webservice Exception handling

Hi , I have a EJB web Service , in which i need to implement exception handling. can any one pls let me know how to do that .
here is the sample code for a method in Bean class
public class ExampleBean implements javax.ejb.SessionBean {
      public Info moveFile(String fileName, String sourcePath, String destinationPath ) throws Exception {
            Info info = new Info();
            String sourceFilePath = sourcePath + File.separatorChar + fileName;
            String retStr = FileUtils.moveFile(sourceFilePath, destinationPath);
            String retCode = "000";
            if (!retStr.equalsIgnoreCase("success"))
                  retCode = "100";
            info .setStatusCode(retCode);
            info .setStatusDescription(retStr);
            return info ;
      }
I have some more methods like above and i need a proper exception handling .. if some one can post some sample code it will be great.

thanks in adv


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