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Alternatively we've an XMLBeansRegistry which you can use with a RestService or SoapService to bind any service instances which can process incoming XMLBeans document types and possibly process some output.

Here is an example application which demonstrates writing a simple POJO based services using purely XMLBeans and letting ActiveSOAP be the REST or SOAP stack and handling the HTTP or JMS transports for you.