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Hi, I have a collection of objects , the type of objects are known only at runtime. These type of objects are not specified in the WSDL. I need to override the default serialization which takes place (which converts unknown types to string) to implement my own serialization. The crutial thing here is that the type is not specified in WSDL. Can somebody please help me....

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    Default Serialization of a custom object

    Hi,
    I have a collection of objects , the type of objects are known only
    at runtime. These type of objects are not specified in the WSDL. I need
    to override the default serialization which takes place (which converts
    unknown types to string) to implement my own serialization. The crutial
    thing here is that the type is not specified in WSDL. Can somebody
    please help me.

    anirudh.chandrakant@gmail.com Guest

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    Default Re: Serialization of a custom object

    Hello [email]anirudh.chandrakant[/email],
    The type has to be specified in the wsdl unless its freeform xml. Could
    you post your wsdl?

    HTH
    Regards,
    Dilip Krishnan
    MCAD, MCSD.net
    dkrishnan at geniant dot com
    [url]http://www.geniant.com[/url]
    > Hi,
    > I have a collection of objects , the type of objects are known only
    > at runtime. These type of objects are not specified in the WSDL. I
    > need
    > to override the default serialization which takes place (which
    > converts
    > unknown types to string) to implement my own serialization. The
    > crutial
    > thing here is that the type is not specified in WSDL. Can somebody
    > please help me.

    Dilip Krishnan Guest

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    Default Re: Serialization of a custom object

    Thanks for the help, dilip. I wanted to know if there is any other
    method other than specifying the type in the WSDL. Also, what exactly
    do u mean by freeform XML?

    Anirudh Guest

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    Default Re: Serialization of a custom object

    Hello [email]anirudh.chandrakant[/email],
    No your wsdl has to have the definitions. Freeform xml is when you allow
    any xml to be sent as a request/response message. your parameters are XmlElement
    and/or have XmlAnyElement attributes

    HTH
    Regards,
    Dilip Krishnan
    MCAD, MCSD.net
    dkrishnan at geniant dot com
    [url]http://www.geniant.com[/url]
    > Thanks for the help, dilip. I wanted to know if there is any other
    > method other than specifying the type in the WSDL. Also, what exactly
    > do u mean by freeform XML?
    >

    Dilip Krishnan Guest

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    Default Re: Serialization of a custom object

    Thanks a lot, Dilip. I will try modifying the wsdl. I'll get back to
    you if i have any further issues. Thanks once again.

    Anirudh Guest

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