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Monitoring HTTP Output with Fiddler 04 Feb 2009

Posted by Ramaswamy Palaniappan in ASP.NET, WCF.
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Http monitoring tools are essential when doing any kind of Web development whether it’s for plain Web development, Web Services or any sort of HTTP client work. When things go wrong it is often highly useful to take a look under the hood and dig into the raw HTTP request data to see what HTTP headers were sent from the client to server and what headers and responses come back.

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