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From Christofer Dutz <christofer.d...@c-ware.de>
Subject Re: How to decode AMF data for automation purposes
Date Thu, 09 Feb 2017 07:40:45 GMT
I think if you use Wireshark to inspect the network traffic it is able to decode AMF and displays
things in a human readable format … eventually that helps?

Another option would be to de-serialize the AMF message to generic Maps and to serialize that
to JSON.


Am 08.02.17, 22:51 schrieb "jbennett" <jonathan.bennett@adp.com>:

    Good day everyone,
         I'm trying to automate the retrieval of performance data and settings
    details from a larger number of servers on our network. I've been able to
    access a lot of this data using a REST API but this API has limitations
    which the vendor just confirmed for me the other day.
         The information on the servers' current status can be accessed using a
    Flash (Flex) website and I was able to deserialize enough of the responses
    from the server to see that the information I need is indeed buried inside
    the response but it is not human readable. 
         Does anyone know how to decode the AMF responses such that they are
    human-readable? I have included an example website and its associated AMF
    response message.
         Any help with figuring out how to decode this information so that I can
    automate these types of requests by parsing the responses would be sincerely
         Thank you everyone!
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