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Diego
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Diego asked on 30 Oct 2014, 10:18 AM
Hi all,
I'm debugging a WCF Odata server on localhost.
I created a simple console tester end connected by the url http://localhost.fiddler:XXXX/MYAPI.svc/ to local server
Fiddler trace only GET session, none of PUT or POST or DELETE is traced.
If I connect console tester to a remote server, fiddler can trace everything.
Thank you for help
Diego

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Eric Lawrence
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answered on 30 Oct 2014, 03:54 PM
Fiddler doesn't do anything special (by default) based on the request method.

In the scenario where the traffic isn't shown, does the request fail or succeed? If it succeeds, that implies that the request has been captured by Fiddler and it simply isn't visible. If it fails, that implies that the client is not properly using the system's proxy settings for the request in question.

Your first step should be to click Help > Troubleshoot Filters and retry the scenario to make sure that you're not capturing the traffic and just filtering it out.

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