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  import java.util.HashMap;
  import java.util.List;
  import java.util.Map;

Java class for CreateCoordinationContextResponseType complex type.

The following schema fragment specifies the expected content contained within this class.

 <complexType name="CreateCoordinationContextResponseType">
     <restriction base="{}anyType">
         <element ref="{}CoordinationContext"/>
 @XmlType(name = "CreateCoordinationContextResponseType", propOrder = {
     @XmlElement(name = "CoordinationContext", required = true)
     @XmlAnyElement(lax = true)
     protected List<Objectany;
     private Map<QNameStringotherAttributes = new HashMap<QNameString>();

Gets the value of the coordinationContext property.

possible object is
         return ;

Sets the value of the coordinationContext property.

value allowed object is
     public void setCoordinationContext(CoordinationContext value) {
         this. = value;

Gets the value of the any property.

This accessor method returns a reference to the live list, not a snapshot. Therefore any modification you make to the returned list will be present inside the JAXB object. This is why there is not a set method for the any property.

For example, to add a new item, do as follows:


Objects of the following type(s) are allowed in the list

     public List<ObjectgetAny() {
        if ( == null) {
             = new ArrayList<Object>();
        return this.;

Gets a map that contains attributes that aren't bound to any typed property on this class.

the map is keyed by the name of the attribute and the value is the string value of the attribute. the map returned by this method is live, and you can add new attribute by updating the map directly. Because of this design, there's no setter.

always non-null
    public Map<QNameStringgetOtherAttributes() {
        return ;
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