PL/SQL Web Service Optional Parameters

I have created a PL/SQL web service and deployed successfully using Jdeveloper 10.1.3.5. The database is 9.2.0.8.
When the web service request is made, all is well if all parameters are passed.
I have been told that the request might come with some but not necessarily all of the parameters expected by the PL/SQL procedure.
Is it possible when deploying through JDeveloper to indicate that all parameters might not be present?
This is my first web service. Thanks in advance for your assistance.

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.
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