Create, get and update web service context mapping

Hello,
I think I have a pretty common problem. I will explain it with a simple example:
I have a car object, with the attributes id, name and speed.
I have three web services: create, get and update
I have a view with the input fields id, name and speed
How to do the context mapping?
When creating a car it would be good if input fields would be mapped to the create service, when getting a car it would be nice if the input fields would be mapped to the get service....
How to deal with this situation? Do I have to create 3 views?
Thanks!
Felix

Hello Martin,
                 thnks a ton for your replies.
The '.' is a standard thing.
Its the part of the WSDL file which is a standard WSDL file for a service offered for a standard SAP BAPI. So i haven't changed anything.
Its what is standardly available. So i cant anything on that.
And the response element is not below the bapi node.
The name of the root node of the BAPI return context is
"BAPI_INQUIRY_CREATEFROMDATA2.Response"
This is what is causing the problem.
Please note here that '.' is not responsible for any hierarchy. Its the name of one single root node element.

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