Users can handcraft an HTTP
request by using the HTTP
Request Builder, or they can use a
drag-and-drop operation to move an existing
request from the session grid to the Request
Builder to execute it again.
The automation library allows other applications
or DLLs to talk to HTTP Analyzer Stand-alone
application or HTTP Analyzer Add-on, and it
can control them to capture HTTP/HTTPS traffic,
access the detailed HTTP Transaction information
and save and load HTTP Transaction log files.
A quite useful feature is that you could call
AttachProcessByID to integrate
Http Analyzer Stand-alone to your unit test and
use it to verify whether the data sent/received
by your Web method is correct.
library can be used by most programming
The following C# code, Write all URLs to
usingHTTPAnalyzerStd;//adding a reference to "HTTPAnalyzer Stand-alone Automation Library"
IHTTPAnalyzerStandAlone standalone = new HTTPAnalyzerStandAloneClass();
standalone.Visible = true
foreach (ILogEntry entry in standalone.Log)
Console.WriteLine(entry.URL); // do something
Hex viewer allow users to view and edit binary
files in hexadecimal and textual format.