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Inspecting XML/SOAP/WS

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Can someone point me at a product (or range) that can inspect XML/SOAP/WS-* and decide if it's OK to forward beyond a DMZ. DataPower (IBM) has offerings which have been around for ages - I'm assuming Cisco has too, has any one come across them?
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Here is the shortlist:

Layer 7 Technologies  www.layer7tech.com
Forum Systems  www.forumsys.com/
IBM/DataPower  http://www.datapower.com/products/xmlfirewall.html
Reactivity  http://www.reactivity.com/products/index.html
Vordel  - www.vordel.com/ -
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