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UPS Web Services - Viewing xml

Posted on 2014-02-04
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I am trying to debug some code that I have written in C#.  The purpose of the code is to retrieve UPS shipping rates from UPS web services.

I am getting a response back but the rates are not right.  I have contacted UPS to try to troubleshoot the issue but they are asking for the XML.  Since I am utilizing SOAP this has been very difficult to do. I would like a way to retrieve the request and response in xml but I am not sure of the best way to achieve this.

Does anyone have suggestions?  I am using Visual Studio 2013.

Thanks,

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Run Fiddler while you are debugging your project. You can view the raw request and response that are a part of the USP communication.
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That is exactly what I did and it worked like a charm.  Took me forever to figure it out but you had the answer.  Thanks!

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