Can ColdFusion 6.1 WebServices use "document/literal" instead of "rpc/encoded"?

Posted on 2005-04-08
Last Modified: 2013-12-24
Ok, since no one is answering my other question, perhaps this one is a lot simpler.

Is there anyway of making the ColdFusion 6.1 WebServices use "document" instead of "rpc"? I know that Axis 1.1 will support this; it's just a matter of making ColdFusion do this.

If so, how?
If not in CF 6.1, can it work in CF 7.0?
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