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The RegistryResponse object is returned by the ReferralNet service as a result of a method invocation, it does not throw SOAP faults other than serialisation errors if the WSDL specification is not followed correctly. The status attribute reflects the context of the registry response, the value of "Failure" denotes an exception and is normally always accompanied by a RegistryErrorList object that parents 1..n RegistryError objects. The RegistryResponse object is returned by the ReferralNet service as a result of a method invocation, it does not throw SOAP faults other than serialisation errors if the WSDL specification is not followed correctly. The status attribute reflects the context of the registry response, the value of "Failure" denotes an exception and is normally always accompanied by a RegistryErrorList object that parents 1..n RegistryError objects.
-There are three different types of status values, these being **Success**, **Warning** and **Failure**.+There are two different types of status values, these being **Success** and **Failure**.
An example of a successful response from the service. An example of a successful response from the service.
 
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