Deserialize an array of objects from a web service

Hi, I'm calling a webservice method which returns an array of
objects (let's
say classes called MyClass).
I now want to define a class in actionscript called MyClass
which matches
the properties of the class defined in the web service
(written in .NET),
call the webservice method, and then deserialize the result
in actionscript
into an array of type MyClass.
The code I have so far is:
import mx.services.WebService;
import mx.services.Log;
var mylog:Log = new Log(Log.DEBUG);
myLog.onLog = function(txt) {
trace(txt);
var ws:WebService = new WebService(wsc.WSDLURL);
ws.onLoad = function(wsdl) {
MyPendingCallObject =
ws.CallTheWebServiceMethodWhichReturnsAnArrayOfMyClasses();
MyPendingCallObject.onResult = function(result)
trace(result);
// HOW CAN I DESERIALIZE the result parameter into an Array
of
MyClass ???
MyPendingCallObject.onFault = function(fault)
trace('FAULT! ' + fault.faultCode + "," +
fault.faultstring);
// If the WSDL fails to load the onFault event is fired.
ws.onFault = function(fault) {
trace(fault.faultstring);
TIA

Hi,
I posted a similar problem some time ago :
http://www.adobe.com/cfusion/webforums/forum/messageview.cfm?forumid=15&catid=294&threadid =1221565&enterthread=y
Do you find any solution to your problem ?
Fabrice

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