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SoapFault C# web reference

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I'm using a C# web reference for a java web service. Java coder says that he knows a way in java how to look for that particular exception...
if (soapException.getMessage().contains("NoIncomeException:"))....

is there a similar way in C# to trap this?
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Question by:vivekj2004
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käµfm³d   👽 earned 500 total points
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Man, I run into the NoIncomeException at my job all the time  ; )


See if this is what you're after:
try
{
    // Call service
}
catch (SoapException ex)
{
    if (ex.Message.Contains("NoIncomeException")
    {

    }
}

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Add another closing paren at line 7  = )
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