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But I am passing args as list to the method that I am going to test but that method loops through each individual item of the list and converts it then calls the service by sending that converted object as an argument.

The problem is how am I going to know the converted object when it is within the scope of the method that I am testing.

You kind of gave me definitely some hint, maybe I am not able to pick it up very well, any code snippet or example link etc, anything helps my friend.

It seems like it is difficult to test these types of Black-box methods (which return void) - and thanks a lot for the support my friend.
One of my Colleague has provided me the below method to do it:
public async Task ServiceAgreementUpdateAddTest()
{
    var expectedServiceRequest1 = new C1ServiceAgreementUpdateRequest();
    var expectedServiceRequest2 = new C1ServiceAgreementUpdateRequest();

    var serviceAgreementCharacteristicRequests = new List<ServiceAgreementCharacteristicRequest>();

    foreach (var serviceAgreementId in this.serviceAgreementIds)
    {
        var request = new ServiceAgreementCharacteristicRequest
        {
            ServiceAgreementId = serviceAgreementId,
            CharacteristicType = characteristicType,
            CharacteristicValue = characteristicValue,
            ActionType = RequestAction.ADD
        };

        serviceAgreementCharacteristicRequests.Add(request);
    }

    this._serviceWrapper.Setup(e => e.UseServiceAsync(It.IsAny<Func<ATC1ServiceAgreementUpdatePortType, Task<C1ServiceAgreementUpdateResponse>>>()))
        .Callback((Func<ATC1ServiceAgreementUpdatePortType, Task<C1ServiceAgreementUpdateResponse>> serviceFunc) => { serviceFunc.Invoke(this._serviceAgreementUdateSvc.Object); })
        .ReturnsAsync(new C1ServiceAgreementUpdateResponse());

    await this._service.ServiceAgreementCharacteristicAsync(serviceAgreementCharacteristicRequests).ConfigureAwait(false);

    this._serviceWrapper.Verify(sw => sw.UseServiceAsync(It.IsAny<Func<ATC1ServiceAgreementUpdatePortType, Task<C1ServiceAgreementUpdateResponse>>>()), Times.Exactly(serviceAgreementCharacteristicRequests.Count));

    this._serviceAgreementUdateSvc.Verify(svc => svc.C1ServiceAgreementUpdateAsync(It.Is<C1ServiceAgreementUpdateRequest>(x =>x.Equals(expectedServiceRequest1))));
    this._serviceAgreementUdateSvc.Verify(svc => svc.C1ServiceAgreementUpdateAsync(It.Is<C1ServiceAgreementUpdateRequest>(x => x.Equals(expectedServiceRequest2))));
}

But when I tried to see by putting the breakpoint there, the inside values or attributes of the expectedServiceRequest1 and expectedServiceRequest2 are coming null, I am not understanding how it is working and what is the fix for it. Any help please? Am I doing any mistake or my colleague has not provided me complete code, its spinning my head - need some help please.

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