Wednesday, June 17, 2009, 1:21:47 AM, you wrote:
RJ> I'm working on a project using SOAP and WS-Security in which I am failing
RJ> miserably.

RJ> Is there a way to inspect the actual XML, header, etc. that is actually
RJ> being sent. I feel like I am constructing the call correctly, and I know
RJ> exactly what needs to be sent, but I dont know how to see exactly what is
RJ> sent - all I get back are useless errors like "not enough information sent",
RJ> etc...

RJ> Any ideas? Any SOAP pros out there?

RJ> Russell Jones
RJ> CTO Virante, Inc.
RJ> r...@virante.com
RJ> 919-459-1035

Not a pro but...
Try something like this:
//object to pass function variables
class requestObject {
        function requestObject($list) {
                foreach($list as $key=>$val)
                $this->$key = $val;

$client = new  SoapClient("wsdl.xml", array('login'=> "login", 'password'=> 
"password", 'trace'=>true));

$soapstruct = new requestObject(array('clientId'=>12342, 'leagueId'=>0)); //use 
whatever variables are needed
try {
        $info = $client->soapFunction($soapstruct);
        echo "REQUEST:\n" . $client->__getLastRequest() . ""<br />\n";
} catch (SoapFault $e) {
        echo "SOAP Fault: ".$e->getMessage()."<br />\n";
        echo "REQUEST:\n" . $client->__getLastRequest() . ""<br />\n";


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