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What is the efficient way to debug a Restful wcf service invoked by a 3rd party application via https post?
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alrosmarz earned 2000 total points
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you can create like a "proxy"... you can publish one webservice in the server and connect that webservice to your webservice (localhost)

Application have the reference to your published webservice (http://example.com/service.svc)

Your localhost webservice have the reference to the published webservice (http://example.com/service.svc)


i hope this help you
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by:singsunn
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can you elaborate a little bit on how to achieve this.
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