I recommend that you first get the example working exactly as-is.
Then, I recommend you create a new version of the example, and make it do what you want.
Now I'm running into trouble generating a SOAP message with a complex type (basically an array of min and max integer values which represent ranges of numbers).
The fault codes I'm getting back when my message fails are pretty useless: soap: Server in the fault code, a bunch of useless (to me, anyway) java error messages in the stacktrace, and a 500 internal server error in the SOAP:: Transport response.
If you want to use W3c's public validation server, use the parameters below in conjunction with the following base URI: , the validator will switch to its SOAP 1.2 interface (experimental for now).
But how does this work with Spring Boot and Apache CXF?
It's not easy to do this, and may not be worthwhile.
Consider that if the XML being sent to your service doesn't match the schema, then it will not deserialize properly.
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