Hi, When viewing HTTP Headers I notice its in tree format and copy pasting is somewhat trivial.
Its no big deal at all, but I was just wondering is there a way to view the response headers in "raw" text?
Like I could highlight and copy paste. I actually dont even want to copy paste I just want it to be in text mode the way a browser sees it, like no extra data at the end after the last \r\n. Even maybe instead of \r\n just a newline and instead of putting the x-www-form-urlencoded data way way at the bottom on a new tree node just have it appear the way it does in the raw header body?
Im not sure if Ive been clear with my question :S let me know and i will try to make it more clear if not.
asked 22 May '14, 16:19
Use TCP "Follow Stream" and the resulting dialog gives you the raw text which you can copy and paste elsewhere. Note the dialog contains all the contents of that particular stream, not just the headers.
answered 23 May '14, 02:22