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First you need to be sure the WSDL for your BPEL is defining the faults that it can return. Next you need to be sure to throw the proper fault from the BPEL process.
You could confirm that is working using EM or SoapUI to test your BPEL service.
Once that is working you can use a border exception event on the service activity in the BPMN process to catch the fault that you have declared in the BPEL WSDL.
Thanks Adam. I was thinking of the exact same solution. Let me run a checklist on all the items you mentioned, and see how it works!