On Jun 7, 2021, at 1:44 PM, Kevin Bucknum <Kevin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I don't have anything loaded so I can test, but doesn't the request editor show you all of that? When you run your test requests, it should have the raw request, the headers, really everything that was sent.
On Mon, 2021-06-07 at 12:47 -0500, midrangel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
We have a web service up running and tested with IWS, thanks to Jon and
particularly Scott Klement for his presentations on the topic.
We used SoapUI to test from the client side with. Is there a way to see
what SoapUI is sending to the server? We need to start building the client
side now and I'd like to see what was really constructed by SoapUI.
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