So I guess I should be using SOAP::WSDL, which im trying, here is my code, which returns nothing, and does absolutely nothing either.
my %data = (
'AuthUserName' => 'xxxxxxxxx',
'AuthPassword' => 'xxxxxxx',
'NewUsername' => 'justatest',
'NewPassword' => 'justatest',
'DomainName' => 'xxxxxxxx.com',
'FirstName' => 'johddn',
'LastName' => 'doedd',
'IsDomainAdmin' => 0
my $soap = SOAP::WSDL->new(
wsdl => 'http://soap_web_site.com/services/svcUserAdmin.asmx?WSDL'
my $result = $soap->call('AddUser', %data);
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