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Jose Campana
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Hello !

Good day, I would like to query about something, I have absolutely no clue about.

I developed a web service that implements anyType as one of its input parameters. I used the SOAPElement-anyType strategy to send the SOAP message part that corresponds to the anytype input paramenter of the web-service operation. It worked successfully.

Now, I'm in the need to know how can I do an automatic deserialization for the web-service response, which as well has an anytype as its response.

To be more specific I need to know how can I automatically deserialize an anytype WS response that roughly looks like this .... (as XML, without SOAPEnvelope):



into a Java Bean that would correspond to the response, that basically looks like this:



Is there an article around I could read about this process?, I've seen it done in .Net.
Could anybody help me?

Best Regards,

Jose
 
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