[NBLUG/talk] Want to see what HTTP is leaving my system

Scott Doty scott at ponzo.net
Mon Jul 26 18:09:16 PDT 2010

Barry's idea is a good one, assuming there's a proxy that can log the headers...


"Barry Stump" <barry.stump at gmail.com> wrote:

>While a packet capture program will get what you need, it might be easier to use a HTTP proxy between the client and server which can log all traffic.
>On Jul 26, 2010, at 2:51 PM, Roger House <rhouse at sonic.net> wrote:
>> I'm writing Java code to access a web service, using HttpCore and HttpClient to create and send HTTP.  This is the first time I've done this, so I'm taking two steps forward and one back (or vice versa at times).  I'd
>> like to see exactly what request line and header lines are being sent to the web server.  I would appreciate
>> any recommendations for an app which will show me this information.
>> Thanks.
>> Roger House
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