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Literal XML Encoding

 
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Can anyone please guide me for Literal XML Encoding
How to implement this type of encoding for web services?
Please give any example files for literal XML Encoding.
If any web site to study about Literal XML Encoding, if yes please give the link.
 
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If you're talking about literal encoding with regard to web services (I don't think there is a concept of "literal XML encoding"), all you need to do is tell java2wsdl (or a similar wizard) to have the generated WSDL document employ literal encoding.
I don't know a good online resource explaining the differences (IBM developerWorks might have something, though) but you can observe the effect by writing a simple Java class, running java2wsdl with different options, and then examining the differences between resulting WSDL documents.
 
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