In general, a SOAP-base web service should imbed its response status inside the SOAP response and let the Request Handler
manage the HTTP Status.
This function call is of most use to a REST-based web service where using the native URL and status codes of HTTP are encouraged.
Many of the status codes are intended to control the interaction of the web server and a browser and the code may be used
safely to communicate between the service program and a web client. Other codes are intended for consumption by proxy servers
(or are intended to be generated by them) and should be avoided.
The table of status codes is given here as a reference and is not intended to be a substitute for RFC 2616.