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here the doc http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/E13159_01/osb/docs10gr3/userguide/context.html#wp1106656
but I guess you are already at the stage of getting a POJO in a first Java Callout and passing the POJO to a second Java Callout, which should then return it to OSB as a XMLObject.
My recommendation is to write a Java function which returns a XMLObject and uses a XMLCursor to populate it with the values of the POJO.
An XMLObject returned to the OSB is automatically transformed in a "XML" variable (which in reality is represented as a XMLObject in the Pipeline context)
Here some code sample:
I used a java call out and got the output in the format.
"<con:java-content ref="jcid:7604bc31:12f9af31afb:-7f81" xmlns:con="http://www.bea.com/wli/sb/context"/>"
Can u help me in how to retrieve the details from this POJO. Sorry am not clear with the points specified in the documents.
this is exactly what I was trying to convey you, Prabhu: to extract the data from you Java POJO and use those data in OSB your only chance is to convert - in your Java callout - the POJO into a XMLObject. For that purpose I have passed you the link to some sample code using XMLObject and XMLCursor.
An alternative way is that in your Java Callout you manually build a String containing valid XML, and use a XMLFactory to transform it into a XMLObject
this is the API you can use: