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Always return something

It is good practice to ensure that when a Web service is called that something is always returned. In many cases a return of data will be expected. But in some cases there may not actually be an expected return. No matter whether a response is needed, there should always be a response returned indicating a success or failure. There should also be a mechanism to ensure that errors are reported.

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