How to set up Fiddler for testing a REST configuration
article (<-- Click the link) describes how to install Fiddler to trace traffic as well as decrypt https traffic and how to set up
filters if you know what to filter on.
the REST authentication will use https, it can be helpful to close any browsers
or applications that could be sending https traffic so it’s easy to find the
session you want to see (Copper in this case). In the trace, it shows up as “api.prosperworks.com".
- Be sure to click
on “File” and then “Capture traffic” in Fiddler just before testing your
configuration if you have not already turned it on.
- Test your connection configuration by clicking on "Test Connection".
the test click on the session.
the viewer (the right side of the image), make the selections as shown in the