Jmeter generate value at run time and pass it to Soap payload

Hi ,
I am making load test for webservice and to hit it , I m using below payload.Now to run the load every time I need to get the new UUID and pass this to below xml before jmeter post it.
Can you please let me know that how in jemter we can get UUID at the same time, passed to payload and send request and for another request it will generate another uuid and send request
 BeanShell processor is a option but if anyone already worked on it please share.

<env:Envelope xmlns:env="http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/envelope/"">
   <env:Header/>
   <env:Body>
         <TransactionId>MSG10123147285</TransactionId>
         <UUID>e848f2a9-9da9-4e25-8236-97863e308b37</UUID>
         <Name>
            <FirstName>TEST</FirstName>
            <MiddleName>TESTA</MiddleName
                  <Name/>
      <env:Body/>
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Steve BinkCommented:
You can use the XPath function to read a particular node from an XML file.
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Steve BinkCommented:
Ah, my apologies.  It looks like you're trying to WRITE to an XML file.  That's a little more difficult.

You can use a BeanShell postprocessor to work the magic, as demonstrated here, but you're not exactly working with a normal text file.  XML is a structured language, so you'll need a BeanShell process aware of that structure.  Using Java libraries may be of some help here, but I'm not familiar enough with Java to be of any use to you.
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