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From "Jeff White" <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Proxy server set-up problem
Date Tue, 12 Apr 2005 20:42:41 GMT

From: "Vanga" 

> Come to think of it, probably I should 
> take your cue and run the browser in 
> debug/trace mode and dump all the info. 
> and see what is happening between 
> browser and web server. I do not know 
> how I can do this with Internet Explorer. 

A _must_ read for _all_ 
OS web server admins
(since Microsoft's Windows
Shell browser, Internet Explorer,
is the most used on the Internet)!

A "how to" use Microsoft's free 
Fiddler debugger (in Internet 
Explorer) to see Internet and 
Internet Explorer HTTP actions.



I fired up my trusty HTTP
debugger, Microsoft Fiddler.
Some developers in the
audience might be scratching
their heads-- I've got the
full source for IE on my
computer, so why start by
looking at the traffic?

Simple-it's usually the
clearest way to see what's
really going on.  HTTP is
beautiful that way- if you
can see both the traffic of
a working scenario and the
traffic from a broken scenario,
you can resolve most problems
of this nature.


A HTTP Detective Story by Eric Lawrence


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