Deserialize XML-File to Axis-generated Object

Discussion in 'Java' started by pico77, Mar 3, 2005.

  1. pico77

    pico77 Guest

    hi folks,

    i have a xml-file similar to the payload of my soap-message i want to
    send.
    i have to read that file and to create the corresponding object.
    it would be fine to use the axis-deserializing mechanism that also
    deserializes the objects to insert them in the soap body.

    example for payload/xml-file:
    <root>
    <parm1>value1</parm1>
    <parm2>value2</parm2>
    </root>

    Typedescription and (De-)Serializer are included in the java-classes.

    actually i dont know how to access the deserializer of the axis
    toolkit.

    i know that i would do deserialze twice but that doesnt matter.

    thanks for help.

    best regards
    pico77, Mar 3, 2005
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