A difficult problem I am unable to overcome is separating traffic depending on which tab it's coming from. I am using Fiddler with Chrome, and this is what I'm trying to accomplish:
Lets say we have two tabs open, tab A, and tab B. I want method A to be run if there is HTTP/HTTPS traffic from tab A, and method B to run if there is HTTP/HTTPS traffic from tab B. Is there a way to distinguish between the traffic between tabs?
As a secondary question, is there a way to distinguish traffic between browsers as well? For example, separating Chrome traffic from Firefox traffic?
I have tried a lot of potential solutions. A few examples of what I've tried are: attempting to use filters, but this only blocks traffic from all other sources, except for a given table which is not the functionality that I need. I've also tried to figure out how to distinguish the two via FiddlerScript, but was unable to create anything useful. I have looked intoWebSocketMessage and Session data-structures, to no avail.
Is there a way to solve either of my two problems?