Question about document/literal web service

Hello every body.
I have some question about document/literal web service.
I’ve been working with Axis before.
Axis has four valid signatures for your message-style service methods:
public Element [] method(Element [] bodies);
public SOAPBodyElement [] method (SOAPBodyElement [] bodies);
public Document method(Document body);
public void method(SOAPEnvelope req, SOAPEnvelope resp);
The same I am trying to do with WebLogic API for webservices.
But when I am trying to test web service (public Document method (Document body); )
I have serialized exceptions for org.w3c.dom.Document.
Do I have to write a custom class for org.w3c.dom.Document serialization?
If yes can you give me some idea or example?
The all idea behind this web service is. I have just one web service and mane classes for XML processing. Depends what xml document will be during runtime, web service will be using different class for xml processing. It works fine with Axis, but in case of WebLogic I have some problem.
One more question… How I have to call this web service from java client?
I have seen this example http://www.manojc.com/?sample31 ,
but this web service looks like (Document helloDom()). I need to send Document.
This example works for Dynamic Proxy, but does not work for static call.
Any ideas?? Thank in advance.

Hi,
I am getting a similar issue. I created a Document-style/literal webservice and deployed on Weblogic 9.2 . Then I generated client stubs using clientgen. I get the following exception stack trace:
java.rmi.RemoteException: web service invoke failed: javax.xml.soap.SOAPException:
failed to serialize class java.lang.Objectweblogic.xml.schema.binding.SerializationException: type mapping lookup failure on
class=class com.sun.org.apache.xerces.internal.dom.DeferredDocumentImpl TypeMapping=TYPEMAPPING SIZE=3
ENTRY 1:
class: java.lang.Object
xsd_type: ['http://xmlns.ozarkexpress.com/business/sell']:stns:echoDocumentResponse
ser: [email protected]
deser: [email protected]
ENTRY 2:
class: java.lang.Object
xsd_type: ['http://xmlns.ozarkexpress.com/business/sell']:stns:echoDocument
ser: [email protected]
deser: [email protected]
ENTRY 3:
class: java.lang.Object
xsd_type: ['http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema']:xsd:anyType
ser: [email protected]
deser: [email protected]

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    D:\Franck\WebServices\prototype\projectAS10g\exemple\rpc-lit\build.xml:21: The following error occurred while executing this line:
    D:\Franck\WebServices\prototype\projectAS10g\exemple\rpc-lit\config\common.xml:63: Java returned: 1
    Total time: 1 second
    When I look at the common.xml file which is used by the build.xml one I have a class like:
    &lt;pathelement location="${ws.lib.dir}/orasaaj.jar"/&gt;
    The problem is that I do not have this jar file on my disk and I can't find it on the net. Maybe it is one of the root cause of my build failed.
    Does anyone experience this howto successfully and if someone can tell me where to find this jar file it would be great.
    Thanks

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