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json attribute occuring as an array and an object at different places

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hi guys,
I have a requirement, I am getting an xml from an object, which I have to convert to json object. The conversion is happening alright, but there is a small issue.. the resultant json is not being accepted by the service, as a node (lets call it A) is coming as an object and as an array at different levels. I suspect that this A in xml mostly occurs in two forms, the normal node form and self - closing tag form. here the self closing tags are being treated as an array somehow, which is not being accepted by the service. I searched on net and found the string replace function to fix it. I created a sample xml to test replacing all self closing tags with normal ones. here is the xml:

Here is the code which I am using to replace the xml node :

but it doesnt seem to be working.. am I going in right direction?

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