Like most of my posts this has its origin in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central development – specifically our build process – although it isn’t limited to that.
We had a need to call a SOAP web service from PowerShell (see below for the background if you’re interested). In the past I’ve used Invoke-WebRequest and added content-type and a SOAPAction header to the request.
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