Friday, February 16, 2007

Using Fiddler with Firefox

The only reason I ever used IE is for Fiddler tool in last 2 years. Now looking at Fiddler docs there seems to be way to use Fiddler with Firefox.

Here the steps:

1. Look for BrowserPAC.js in fiddler directory under "My Documents". (for me its C:\My Documents\Fiddler\Scripts\BrowserPAC.js)
2. Use "Automatic proxy configuration URL:" for Firefox and set the value to BrowserPAC.js full path (Tools --> Options --> Advanced --> Network --> Connection).


11 comments:

Anonymous said...

That worked great! Thanks!

Anonymous said...

great job!!

Anonymous said...

Thank you.

stansult said...

Thanks a lot!!

Anonymous said...

Thanks so much. excellent!

Anonymous said...

It worked. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Perfect! ... Thanx

Kaell said...

Worked great. Had some trouble with the spaces and such initially, but got it working. This is awesome.

Adel said...

It was working for me, but then for some reason it stopped.
If you also have this problem, all you need to do is click the "Reload" button.

Anonymous said...

Thank you very much!

Thomas Bayer said...

Hi,
if you want a Java tool to intercept message have a look at Membrane Monitor. It can be extended with Interceptor classes written in Java.
See: http://www.membrane-soa.org/soap-monitor/