Marshaller.marshal does not create complete XML tree structure

Dear all,
I use JAXB classes to create an XML document with data derived from SQL queries from a database.
I have created a program that instantiates the JAXB classes and sets its values using the automatically created setter functions.
However when I marshal the document the resulting XML document does not contain the inner structure of the elements needed to appear.
It constructs the document from the root node down to the 4th level of child elements.
Only if a run the 'marshal' operation giving as input parameter an inner element (from level 5 and down) I can see the XML structure within its inner structure.
Does anybody have an idea what could be wrong ?

Hi again,
I tested the makedim example package with another of my dimensions and the XML file was updated correctly. When I try to process the dimension I mentioned before (from the admin console this time) an error of type System.OutOfMemoryException is thrown in the step "Create admin cache file". I guess that this error occurs when I run my custom package too but the package run to the end with status "Completed"...
//Anders

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    __sJT_execCtx.releaseStatement();
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    __sJT_rtRs.close();
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    } catch ( SQLException e ) {
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