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I'm trying to copy json from a POST'ed request. I can see the json in two different formats, but none of them easily copyable.

Any suggestions how to get the json out of request in a simple way?

json place

json place 2

asked 22 Apr '16, 08:27

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Right click the Javascript Object Notation entry in the packet list, select "Export Packet Bytes...", enter a suitable filename, e.g json.txt and then click Save.

For the first packet in the json sample capture here, I got this output:

[{"C":"VIS","D":{"u":[{"i":270729761,"c":7143451,"p":2187,"pp":10849}, "i":270746145,"c":7143452,"pp":10849,"ps":0,"pe":0}]}}]
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answered 22 Apr '16, 09:12

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Took me a while to find the "Export Packet Bytes Bytes" option. But found and it worked like a charm. Thanks!

(25 Apr '16, 14:13) Aleksander

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