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Capture attributes from schema into collection

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 19, 2010    Points: 0   Category :WCF
 

Is there any way to capture all attributes/values (from the SOAP message) into a colleciton of my type? I tried to look at the DataContractSerializer to understand how I could initiate a new instance of my DataContract and then populate all attributes into a collection, but I can seem to find there to look.

I have a DataContract Account with properties Name (string) and Number (string), which I would like to capture into a non-datamember (collection) upon receipt from the client side. Should I look to the IXMLSerializer and move to XmlSerializerFormat - or is it possible anyhow ? I tried implement the

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