I've been tasked to write a program to automate some processes at work and I've run into an issue. There is a method call that should accept a hash, but for some reason it fails. I ran a program called SoapUI and it works if I recreate the call it in XML.
So I'm lost on how to debug this thing now. I've tried looking through the SOAP::Lite documentation to see if I can get the raw XML that is sent to the endpoint (since I can compare this to what I wrote in SoapUI which uses pure XML), but can only find methods to get the response.
Any advice on how I go about solving this issue?
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