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I'm trying to use the code below to make a SOAP request to a vendor's web service:

$client = new SoapClient('http://my.domain.com/wsdl/GuestService.WSDL', array('connection_timeout' => 15, 'trace' => 1));
$ns = 'http://vendor.domain.com/';

$headerbody = array('brand' => 'BRAND1',
'locale' => 'en_us',
'securityCredentials'=>array('applicationId'=>'ABCDEF', 'token'=>'123456789123456789123456789'));

$header = new SoapHeader($ns, 'Header', $headerbody);


$result = $client->getGuest(array('guestID' => '000787'));

However, I'm getting an error back that no credentials were supplied so I must be doing something wrong. Error message: Uncaught SoapFault exception: [soapenv:NO_CREDENTIALS]

I reached out to the vendor and they sent me an XML sample of how they're expecting to receive the data:

<soapenv:Envelope xmlns:soapenv="http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/envelope/" xmlns:prox="http://vendor.domain.com" xmlns:gues="http://vendor.domain.com/guest">
<prox:token> 123456789123456789123456789</prox:token>

I thought I had accounted for everything in the above but maybe I'm missing something obvious. Really appreciate any help!

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UPDATE: I downloaded SoapUI so I could see what's going on. It turns out the XML being generated is almost correct with one small issue....the header is inserting <item> and <key> tags within the XML:


What I need is:


If I could eliminate the tags, the XML would be correct. I've researched and can't seem to find a specific flag or setting so still stuck on what to do next.

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