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How to handle xsd:anyType with Message Style web services ?

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I have a message style web service with 2 operations like below :


How to handle xsd:anyType with Message Style web services ?


As you can see in above wsdl the input to the methods are xsd:anyType.
Now say if I want to use the wsdl to generate the stubs and use those
stubs to call the actual service then what type of objects do I need
to create and pass to the service ? I am confused here since finally I
want to give my wsdl to .NET client and wondering how he'll be calling
my service using my wsdl. I am successfully calling the service by
using DII approach rather than stub appraoch in my client program.

Thanks in advance.
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