Thanks for the response Tom.  I'll take a look at the WSDL stuff.  As a 
side note, the xsd2ruby code I'm using actually belongs to the WSDL 
module...

Bryan

Tomas Pospisek's Mailing Lists wrote:
> On Thu, 4 Oct 2007, Bryan Richardson wrote:
> 
>> I come from a Java background, where lately I've been using Castor to
>> generate Java objects from an XML schema and marshal/unmarshal XML
>> documents using the generated Java objects.
>>
>> Is there a Ruby package that will allow me to do the same thing?  I've
>> figured out how to use WSDL::XMLSchema::XSD2Ruby to create Ruby objects
>> from an XML schema, but it does not create the marshal/unmarshal methods
>> that allow me to load the objects with data from XML files.
> 
> soap4r has a tool wsdl2ruby that takes a wsdl definition and creates
> classes that un/marshall to/from the XML data that comes
> accross the wire when you make SOAP calls. Which would be very similar
> to what you need. Thus you might want to have a look at wsdl2ruby.
> 
> I hope I've interpreted your question correctly...
> *t
> 
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