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SUDZC returning only the first object from a list of objects returned from Webservice.

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Hi,
Generated the code by using SUDZC tool it is working fine in xcode for simple method,but it returning only the first object from a list of objects returned from Web service.

Please help , to get all the objects.

Thanks,
Suhail.
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