You can store the HTTP(s) traffic you captured though Fiddler to an archive (SAZ file) and reload it later, even from a different computer. This compressed file format contains the full request and response, as well as flags, timers, and other metadata. Fiddler also makes it easy for non-technical users to capture and deliver traffic files to be later analyzed by experts – all they need to do is use FiddlerCap, a lightweight capture-only add-on.
Fiddler’s Session Inspector widget displays the contents of a recorded web session: status, headers, caching, cookies, URLs, protocols, type of compression used, redirects and more. Click the Session Inspector tab to see all the details at a glance. This information helps you ensure that the browser is receiving and transferring back the cache directives, cookies, and additional information your web site may need. In addition, any redirect that you get from the web server will also be visible.