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How to inspect Adobe Drive requests using Fiddler or similar tool?

Jul 22, 2011 2:09 AM

I have added our DAM server as a network drive using Adobe Drive. I need to capture and inspect the requests sent by Adobe Drive to my DAM server. Can I do this using Fiddler or Wireshark or any similar tool?


I have read Fiddler help which gives steps to configure applications to use Fiddler. But I am not able to figure out how to do that with Drive.


For the testing purposes, both Drive and the server are installed on local machine. But I do make request with http://machinename instead of localhost.


The reason I want to do this is some operations like 'check out' selected from Drive menu, does not hit my code at all. I want to check the discrepancies that's causing this.


Any help is greatly appreciated.

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    Sep 20, 2011 9:56 PM   in reply to

    I have the same question.  How can Adobe Drive 3 be configured to use a HTTP proxy server?   I don't see proxy host and port fields in Drive > Settings, and  Windows Server 2008 > Control Panel > Internet Options > .... LAN settings > use proxy > : 8888  did not work.   Thank you.

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    Sep 26, 2011 4:18 AM   in reply to cmis123456

    Adobe Drive 3 can't be configured to use a HTTP proxy server now. We'll add this support in future.


    For your case, I suggest you to try "Using Fiddler as a Reverse Proxy".

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