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rob asked on 22 Apr 2020, 02:45 PM

Hi,

I'm running Fiddler for .Net 4.6.1 v5.0.20202.18177

In the Fiddler options dialog I have "Caputre HTTPS CONNECTs", and "Decrypt HTTPS traffic" enabled"

I have Postman installed on the same machine, with Fiddler set as its proxy. I make a https call to a cloud web service from Postman. I see a session row in Fiddler with a Host of "Tunnel to" that hits the URL of the web service.

If I select Help\Troubleshoot from Fiddler then it also shows the "real" session with the request and response payloads. If I right-click the "real" (filtered) session and select "Comment" then the following is displayed, repeated many times:

"Hidden due to FTS>Path"

I'm trying to prevent this "real" session being filtered. I've checked the filters at the bottom left of the Fiddler screen and none of them match. I don't have the filters tab enabled. 

How can I prevent my "real" session from being filtered?

Thanks,

Rob.

 

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Eric R | Senior Technical Support Engineer
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answered on 24 Apr 2020, 02:30 PM

Hi Rob,

It appears that this request was answered in StackOverflow and was caused by too many active troubleshooting filter paths. Once these were removed the real requests appeared as expected. Can you confirm if you are still experiencing this issue or if you have any additional feedback?

Thank you for using the Fiddler Forums and I look forward to your reply.

Regards,


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answered on 24 Apr 2020, 02:32 PM

Hi Eric, yes was my fault - sorry I had forgotten to update this ticket. Please feel free to mark as closed.

Thanks,

Rob

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