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How to send the same response but with a different link

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Andrew asked on 07 Mar 2015, 07:33 AM
I want to send the same 10 responses to a server, but the problem is that the link changes every time. (A string is added to the end of the first part of the link, like, www.example.com/a5d57sd0fsdf-sds9sd, www.example.com/h3487-fsdfsds-sd) I need to edit the links in fiddler every time to be able to send the responses. Is there anyway how i can make it automatically change the link and send the responses? If no, is there any other solution to this? Thank you.

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answered on 07 Mar 2015, 09:47 AM
Oh i thought i should mention that i change the link in the "Request Headers" Panel.
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answered on 10 Mar 2015, 04:39 PM
Hello, Andrew--

I'm not sure I understand your scenario. Where are the URLs

Let's agree on some terminology first:

    A client sends a request to a server; the request's URL (e.g. http://example.com/foo) determines where the request is sent.
     A server sends a response to the client.

I think you're saying that you want to send 10 requests to the server, each of which has a slightly different URL.

There are a number of ways to do this, depending on how the URLs differ and whether you need to send specific headers.

Typically, if you're using Fiddler to generate new requests, you do so using Fiddler's Composer tab. You can either use the Parsed tab or the ScratchPad tab for this.

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