How to view SOAP message being sent out?

Posted on 2006-05-31
Last Modified: 2008-02-01

I am consuming a web service.  I made a web reference.  Instantiate the classes from the WSDL.  Set properties.  Now I am calling a method which sends out one of the classes.  I get a response, but it comes back with an error.  I would like to see what my 2.0 application SOAP message that is being sent out to the web service.

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Question by:boricua1213
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    Nice tool but still does not show me how to view what my code is creating.
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    You could try using fiddler...

    It acts as a proxy for your web traffic, it requires a little bit of setup to make it work but it solved a web service problem form me that turned out to be a duff wsdl entry (was a java service after all ;)  .
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    Sweet that works


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