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REST and SOAP web service "together"

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Hello,
I have a or maybe some xml files that are for a web service composed of both "REST and SOAP". Thus far I am able to test POX, and REST.  The "REST and SOAP" is considered "a payload."  My question is; If with REST I use an xmlRequest, as in:
http://tst/this/rest/CTS/createTS?xmlRequest=<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>, would the "REST and SOAP" be the same type of request?
Please see the code snippet for sample of the xml
/services/InsertService  
<service name="CloseService">
    <description>
        Close Case Service
    </description>
        <parameter name="Service" 
locked="false">test.sys.TestCloseIService
</parameter>
 
    <operation name="Backup_In_Cl">
        <messageReceiver 
class="org.apache.axis2.receivers.RawXMLINOutMessageReceiver"/>
    </operation>    
</service>
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