I'm using fiddler to intercept the calls from my web browser to a local server from about two months and it is simply AMAZING so thank you for this great tool.
Now I would like to use it in a manner a bit more complex. I would like to intercept the calls (XML/SOAP) form my local webserver (WebLogic) to a remote one of which obviously I know the specific IP and port.
I have some problem to configure the proxy used by Weblogic, in fact it seems that the standard manner doesn't work. Maybe it is a my fault (I'm not an expert in this field) or maybe the weblogic domain, configured by my company, has some particular restriction that prevent me to use a proxy.
I guess if there is a manner to redirect to fiddler all the outgoing request to a specific address on a specific port ad using an OS configuration instead of a local server configuration. I mean, when windows detects an outgoing connection to a specific remote address and port it automatically redirect (transparently) it to another, in this case to fiddler.
Is there an easy way to obtain this behaviour?
Thanks in advance.