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Instead of generating an interface for a WSDL endpoint as shown = in the introductory examples, we can u= se the dynamic interface to pass in/out any arbitrary XML blob over REST or= SOAP.=20
So here is a dynamic web service invocation using XMLBeans as the body a= nd result of the documents. Note that XmlObject instances = could be used in this example, there's no real need to have a concrete, aut= ogenerated schema when using this mechanism (other than performance).A= n error occurred: cvs.activesoap.codehaus.org. The system administrator has= been notified.=20
Here's the same example again using a REST clientAn error occurred:= cvs.activesoap.codehaus.org. The system administrator has been notified.= =20
The API for the dynamic invocation API currently works with XMLBeans but= should ultimately work with JAX-RPC, JAXB, Castor, XStream etc.