SOAP receiver adapter....structure?

Hello Experts,
i have a scenario, were i need to push data to web service, we can do proxy-pi-soap.
my question is....can i create structure at receiver side and give them to deploy?
or is it mandatory i need to use there WSDL or structure to connect n post the data to there web service?
regards,
Chinna

i am not sure if this can be done. please wait for others reply.
got some questions.
even if you are sharing the xsd/wsdl who will do the development at web service side.
what is next action, once you post the data to webservice? you need a developer to build the service to implement the logic.

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