can we capture ODBC https traffic via fiddler

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vincent
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vincent asked on 26 Jul 2021, 09:28 AM | edited on 26 Jul 2021, 09:41 AM

Hello Team,

I'm using fiddler to diagnose some intermittent https timeout issue(need to check internal cookie).

I'm using ODBC driver for apache hive to connect my websites.

but when I use fiddler classic trying to capture https traffic send out by ODBC driver, but I could see any captured by fiddler (but could see in wireshark).

can we capture ODBC https traffic via fiddler? what i think we can do that but i'm not what config i missed. Appreciate your help.

Thanks,

Vincent

Nick Iliev
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commented on 26 Jul 2021, 10:59 AM | edited

Brad
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commented on 19 Dec 2022, 08:21 PM

That's nice, but what if your link becomes obsolete?
Nick Iliev
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commented on 20 Dec 2022, 06:08 AM | edited

That's always a risk when citing third-party documentation. I am re-posting the instructions here but note the configuration is not part of Fiddler Classic but part of a third-party product

 

- In Windows, navigate to Start > Programs > ServiceNow ODBC > Management Console.
- Expand the Console Root tree to: ServiceNow ODBC Manager\Manager\<installation location>\Services\ServiceNow_ODBC\Data Source Settings\ServiceNow\IP Parameters.
- Double-click the DataSoourceIpCustomProperties attribute.
- Set the following custom properties to configure the ODBC proxy server.

proxy_host The proxy server hostname or IP address. e.g. 127.0.0.1

proxy_port The proxy server port number. e.g. 8866

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