HttpWatch Professional Edition 7.1.33

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HttpWatch Professional Edition 7.1.33 brings users the convenience of using an efficient software which shows you HTTP and HTTPS traffic from within IE allowing you to quickly debug, fix, and optimize your Website. See headers, cookies, status codes, compression, content and more as you browse a Web site. The Basic Edition only displays extended information for a limited number of Web sites.Major Benefits:Easy to Use - start logging after just a couple of mouse clicks in Internet Explorer or Firefox. No other proxies, debuggers or network sniffers have to be configuredProductive - quickly see cookies, headers, POST data and query strings without having to manually decode raw HTTP packetsRobust - reliably log thousands of HTTP transactions for hours or days while tracking down intermittent problemsAccurate - HttpWatch has minimal impact on the normal interaction of the browser with a web site. No extra network hops are added, allowing you to measure real world HTTP performanceFlexible - HttpWatch only requires client-side installation and will work with any server side technology that renders HTML pages in Internet Explorer or Firefox. No special server-side permissions or configurations are required - ideal for use against production servers on the Internet or IntranetComprehensive - works with HTTP compression, redirection, SSL encryption & NTLM authentication. A complete automation interface provides access to recorded data and allows HttpWatch to be controlled from most popular programming languages.Professional Support -  updates and bug fixes are provided free of charge on the website and technical support is available by email, phone or fax. Major Features:Records HTTP:HttpWatch captures a wide range of HTTP related data including:Headers and CookiesURLs and method (e.g. GET, POST, etc)Parameters sent in a query strings and POST requestsHTTP status codes and errorsRedirectionsThe network size of the HTTP response including headersChunked encodingDecrypts HTTPS TrafficSecure browser sessions that use the HTTPS protocol are displayed in their unencrypted form in HttpWatch, making it easy to debug banking and finance applications.Integrates With Internet Explorer and Mozilla FirefoxStarting HttpWatch is simple and easy. An extra icon is added to Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox allowing HttpWatch to be opened and started with two mouse clicks:Compact & Comprehensive Log Files:The log file format used by HttpWatch results in much smaller files that other formats such as XML and contains everything that is displayed in HttpWatch. This includes binary format files and streams, compressed content and network information. If your customers send you HttpWatch log files you will get a full and accurate representation of the HTTP activity in their browser.Includes a Standalone Log File Viewer:A standalone log file viewer allows HttpWatch .hwl files to be viewed and modified outside the browser.Summary of Recorded Traffic:The Summary view can be used at any time to quickly display data about the whole log, a single page or a number of selected items. The following types of data are shown:Performance - this tab shows how long the requests took to complete and can be used to accurately measure page download time. It also shows how much network bandwidth was used and the savings achieved from using HTTP compressionPage Events - this tab shows the events recorded during the loading of a single pageTimings - this tab shows the minimum, maximum, average and total for each type of timingStatus Codes - this tab records how many times each HTTP status code was receivedErrors - any network or HTTP level errors are displayed on this tab. Double clicking on an error finds the first request that caused the error. Pressing F3 then takes you to the next request that also failed in the same way.Warnings - any warnings that were detected by HttpWatch are summarized on this tab. Double clicking on a warning finds the first request that on which the warning was detected. Pressing F3 then takes you to the next request that also has the same warning.Grouping Of Requests By Page:Requests are grouped by page as shown below. Each page group can be separately expanded or collapsed to aid navigation through large log files.Real-Time Page Level Time Charts:Page level time charts are displayed and updated in real-time as you record requests in HttpWatch. This gives a direct, visual indication of how a site is performing - allowing common problems to be diagnosed at a glanceRequest Level Time Charts:The time chart displayed for each request is broken down into a number of colored sections to show network level timings such as DNS lookup and TCP connectsPage Level Events:Page level time charts include vertical lines to indicate these eventsDOM Load - the DOMContentLoaded javascript event fired indicating that the page\'s Document Object Model (DOM) was loaded and ready to be used (Firefox only)Page Load - the page\'s onload event fired indicating the page and its images were loadedRender Start - the browser started to display the downloaded pageHTTP Load - the end of network activity during the loading of the pageThe timing of each event is available in the data tip or Page EventeEvents tabDetects Potential Problems:HttpWatch examines each request and issues warnings where problems relating to performance, security or functionality are detected. Requests that have warnings are highlighted with a Warning column markerThe request level Warnings tab shows the details of each potential problemCustomizable Data Columns:There\'s more than thirty columns to choose from in the main request grid; covering almost every data item that is displayed in HttpWatchData Tips:Data tips are now displayed when you hold the mouse pointer over an item such as an HTTP status codeOr a header value saving you the trouble of looking up what the value meansCollect Log Files from Customers and Users:The Basic Edition of HttpWatch saves exactly the same data as the Professional Edition in its .hwl  files, If you open one of these files in the Professional Edition, you can view all the extended HTTP information (e.g. headers, cookies, timings, etc) without any restrictions.This means that you, and your customers, can record and view log files without having to purchase extra HttpWatch licenses. Here are two scenarios where you could make use of the free Basic Edition of HttpWatch:Send log files to your suppliers: If you have HttpWatch Professional Edition the log files you record can be viewed by anyone using HttpWatch Basic Edition. This can be useful if you want to send log files to a supplier to illustrate a problem you are experiencing with a web based service.View log files from your customers or in-house users: You can view log files from your customers and in-house users by getting them to install the free Basic Edition of HttpWatch. They can then record a trace file and send it to you for analysis in HttpWatch Professional Edition.Only one of the parties involved requires a license for HttpWatch Professional. The other party can use HttpWatch Basic Edition free of charge.Automation Interface:HttpWatch has a comprehensive  automation interface that can be used by most programming languages (e.g. C#, Javascript & Ruby). The interface can be used to control the HttpWatch plug-in for IE or Firefox and to access data in HttpWatch log files. If you are already running automated tests, you can integrate HttpWatch and record HTTP level information during your tests. The recorded data that then be checked for certain types of configuration and performance problems (e.g. HTTP compression is not enabled).The ability to access data in an HttpWatch log file makes it possible to develop custom reports and automate repetitive tasks. The C# code, shown below, exports all javascript files from a log file.Millisecond Level Timing:The timing information displayed in HttpWatch is accurate to a a single millisecond (0.001 sec).Supports Advanced Filtering:HttpWatch supports filtering of requests by wide variety of criteria such as content types, response codes, URLs, headers and content.HTTP Compression:HttpWatch works with systems that have HTTP compression enabled,  displaying the expanded content and providing information about the compression savings achieved.Dynamic Sorting:Data can be sorted in HttpWatch by clicking on a column heading. The sort order is applied to existing items and used to order new items as they appear.Extended Cookie Information:Whenever a cookie is sent to a web server only its name and value appear in the HTTP request message. HttpWatch also displays the associated domain, path and expiration data making it easier to determine why a particular cookie value is being used. In version 7 it also shows the HttpOnly and Secure flags along with the source of the cookie value.Other HTTP monitoring tools only display this information for cookies in the HTTP response message.Network Level Performance Data:The Overview and Stream tabs show DNS lookups, TCP connects, IP addresses and ports used by an HTTP request. This can help locate network related problems and check that Keep-Alive connections are being used effectively.The Send and Receive columns show the actual number of bytes that the browser had to send and receive when executing an HTTP request. Other tools just show you the content size, but it is the network level data sizes that really have an impact on performanceDisplays Raw HTTP streams:HttpWatch displays the raw HTTP streams sent to and received from a web siteThis low level view of the HTTP protocol helps to show the effect of using technologies such as chunked encoding or compression, and can be useful if you want to reproduce a request programmatically.Shows Interaction with Browser Cache:HttpWatch shows the interaction between browser and its cache, not just network traffic between the browser and the web site. This is an important feature when a web site is being tuned for performance or to determine why pages are not updating correctlyKeyboard Accelerators:All commonly used actions in HttpWatch can be invoked with keyboard accelerators, even when the keyboard focus is in another part of the browser\'s user interface. For example, this menu shows the keyboard accelerators that can be used to control filtering:Data can be exported to other formats:The data captured by HttpWatch can be exported in CSV (comma separated variable), HAR (HTTP Archive) or XML formats. Sample log files are available for download:Sample CSV (comma separated variable) log fileSample HAR (HTTP Archive) log fileSample XML format log fileImport HAR FilesHTTP Archive (HAR) files can be opened in HttpWatch Studio and viewed in the same way as data recorded with HttpWatch:Customizable CSV Export:The CSV output now can now be customized to include the data fields that you need:Accurately Records Requests and Responses:HttpWatch logs and displays all the intermediate responses caused by the use of techniques such as redirection, authentication and 1xx responses. Some tools just synthesize the response and may show invalid responses (e.g. non zero Content-Length headers on 304 responses). With HttpWatch you see the actual data returned by the web server, even over HTTPS connections.Automatic Recording And Saving:HttpWatch can be configured to automatically record and save log files with no manual intervention or programming. Log files are written out to a specified directory at regular intervals or when the browser closesAccess to Cached and Downloaded Content:Text, image and flash based content can be viewed within HttpWatch, exported to another application or saved to a file. The content window uses syntax highlighting on common web formats, such as XML, HTML and CSSSupport for International Characters:HttpWatch supports many commonly used character encoding schemes so that it can display the correct international charactersPrinting Support:HttpWatch log files can be printed in HttpWatch Studio or from the browser plug-inEasy, Simple And Powerful:HttpWatch works with Internet Explorer 6 - 8 and Mozilla Firefox 2.0 - 3.6 on Windows XP,  Vista and Windows 7 (including IE  protected mode) . It can be easily installed in a few minutes - No device drivers or proxies have to be configured.The setup program is simple to run manually, and supports automated deployment by scripts or tools such as SMS.HttpWatch was the first integrated HTTP sniffer for Internet Explorer and leads the way with a simple, yet powerful, user interface.Enhancements:Fixed while Closing Firefox using the CloseBrowser method could cause a deadlock.Requirements:Windows XP, Vista or Windows 7 (x86 and x64)Internet Explorer 6.0 - 8.0 & 9 RC or Mozilla Firefox 2.0 - 3.6 & 4.0 Beta 12
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