Thursday, February 28, 2013
Over the years, the most interesting class of support requests for Fiddler are of the form: “My application or website is failing, but when I try to capture a repro with Fiddler, the problem goes away completely! How is Fiddler fixing it?”
In general, Fiddler isn’t designed to automatically “fix” problems in web applications—it’s designed only to permit you to debug them. If you enable Fiddler’s Lint feature, it can flag problematic traffic to get your attention, but it still won’t fix the issues it finds.
However, in some cases the introduction of a proxy (e.g. Fiddler) into ...