I assume you've figured out that a command runner can use the ExecAction.exe program to invoke QuickExec commands inside Fiddler?
Those QuickExec commands simply invoke the OnExecAction
handler inside your Fiddler Rules Script (Rules > Customize Rules...). If you examine the source of that function, you can see how you can add new commands that do anything you like, implemented in JScript.NET.
I'm not entirely clear on what you want your function to do, but you'll probably use the File.WriteAllText
method (after adding import System.IO
to the list atop your script) to write a text file. You would get the list of Sessions in the Session list using FiddlerApplication.UI.GetAllSessions();
So, maybe something like:
var arrSess: Fiddler.Session = FiddlerApplication.UI.GetAllSessions();
var sbAllHosts: StringBuilder = new StringBuilder();
for (var i = 0; i < arrSess.Length; i++)
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