I've seen that asked before but I have not seen a reply. I've decided long ago that I do not trust a WSDL file that is edited by hand and thus I write my own XML and parse the responses. It's a major PITA but it has the advantage that I never have to deal with issues like that and whenever those that generate the classes run into a problem because schema doesn't match the reality, they get stuck whereas I look at my logs, see the response, compare it to the schema and adapt my code (and if the schema is wrong file a case with cisco).
iirc the serviceability API is the SOAP web service.. so set its logging level to debug. Then make the requests and then use RTMT to download the logs for that service.
BTW.. RTMT also uses AXL serviceability.. getting performance infos, alerts and downloading files is all done via AXL serviceability so at least you can be sure that whatever the RTMT does you should be able to do as well.
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