Oracle PL/SQL Web service - dynamic parameters... possible?

Oracle 11.2.0.3 - newbie on web services!
Currently we have a pl/sql web service taking in 2 static parameters and returning a varchar2 response.
I was asked today if it's possible for a web service to take in a dynamic set of parameters and return a corresponding set of results. It's as if I need to pass the web service a table with two columns and return a table of one column.
For example:
                    Input                          Output
          1 2                             3
          3 4                             7
          5 6                            11output being in XML of course. It is possible?
p.s. I posted this in OC4J also - no response hence the re-post !

Parameters relate to procedures. Web Services require XML messages.
Where are the parameters coming from? You cannot pass a dynamic number of parameters into a procedure, but you can pass a structured type as a parameter which can contain multiple values, whether that is an array/collection type or an XML document itself.
Just package up the values into the XML and pass it to the web service.
If this doesn't answer your question, please post more information, with some example data and code. Read the FAQ: {message:id=9360002}

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