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Formatting an output parameter with 'wrapped' style

What are the rules governing the format of an output parameter on the wire when using "wrapped" style?
"Wrapped" style is an undocumented convention, so there are no hard and fast rules governing the style. "Wrapped" is a convention used with Document/Literal style services. When using Document/Literal, a WSDL <message> definition contains only one <part> definition for the SOAP body, and that part must reference an <element> defined in the <types> section. In the case of an output message, the <element> defines a wrapper structure for the return value and any output parameters. The format of each output parameter on the wire is governed by the schema structure you define in the <element> definition.

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