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How to send a SOAP message to a REST service?

 
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I am trying to connect to a REST service using Restlet.
The service uses SOAP messages defined by a WSDL as the requests and responses.
I have used JAXB to create classes based on the WSDL.
What I cannot work out how get at the SOAP XML string.

My sample code is below, I can connect to the service as I successfully receive a challenge (which I need to write a custom authentication helper for...)

Maybe JAXB is not the right thing to be using?
Would something other than Restlet be better? I was using it as it seemed to allow me to define my own code to handle the authentication challenge.
 
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Turns out to be pretty simple
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