The Designer dos not automatically add the above SQL transformation to create view creation, so you would need to add something similar to above in your view definition. You would need to do this for each view definition.
If you are working with WSDL there is automation (Import WSDL Operation) available in the Designer based on the request and response documents, but for plain XML you are on your own to define the view to fit your needs.
Don't work with WSDL, only have the XSD. Was hoping for some more automation I guess, but if that's how it is, that's how it is.
There is some automation around XSD. Designer has some actions that can create the procedures from you from the XSD. You should first create the virtual model that you want the procedures in, then open the XSD in the standard eclpse XSD editor. You can then right click an Element or Type in the XSD visual editor or hierarchy view and some Teiid options will display for creating procedures.