|I think this is where I'm going wrong. Is the server supposed to send a special header asking for WSSE authentication like it does for Basic Auth?
Or does LWP::Auth::Wsse (which only has one method called authenticate) have to be injected into a WWW::Mechanize object somehow?
No, it only has to live in the LWP::Authen:: namespace, be named ucfirst lc $authenschemename, and have a method called authenticate :) LWP::Authen::Wsse qualifies
but I can't seem to get from A to B. Help!
Its all about the headers sent and headers received, examine the headers, or show the headers :)
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