In some cases you may need to see what a site is sending out for Find requests. See below on how to setup Fiddler for that.
- In order for Fiddler to catch requests from Find, it needs to be a proxy or the man in the middle of the requests. Add a proxy to the web.config below the <system.net> tag.
<!-- The following section is to force use of Fiddler for all applications, including those running in service accounts -->
enabled = "true"
useDefaultCredentials = "true">
<proxy autoDetect="false" bypassonlocal="false" proxyaddress="http://127.0.0.1:8888" usesystemdefault="false" />
- After making the change, install and run Fiddler. Then attempt a search. You should see Find requests pouring in after a search. If you do not, turn off filters if on. The following shows the _search requests and you also see that filters are off.
- Once done, turn off capturing in the file menu.
- If you need to specifically capture bulk requests, filter on @fields.action.keyword or @fields.action = bulk