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using generic types in web service methods

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I am trying to use generic request and repsonse classes in the a stateless session bean method exposed as a webservice.
Scenario is
1)Request object that takes a generic type. i.e. Request<T>
Now i use this object as the input parameter for a stateless session bean method.
i.e. signature of the method is
Response<Employee> createEmployee(Request<Employee> emp).
Now, when we use @WebService annotation to expose the bean as webservice we do not see the specific type i.e. Employee in this case in the request structure.

Any idea on how can this be used.

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