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obtaining xml requests and responses

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How may I create a web page that can aquire and present the xml requests and responses travelling between a client server app on a PC and the local application server?

Fiddler traps this information, however, I want all xml requests and responses with a status of 200 to dump into a web page, or into a notepad doc.
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by:KeithMcElroy
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The point of this is to trap the xml requests and responses so as to be able to duplicate portions of the screen activity
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If there is not an answer, at least some breadcrumbs to point me in the right direction?
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I think fiddler or wireshark can get me what I want at a raw level, but I am needing a refined, dump of the xml requests and responses.
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The application that needs to be traced is a Microsoft WPF developed app
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Sounds pretty much like you want to duplicate the call and based on the response header strip out the xml portion of the response.

So here is a quick question, what web server infrastructure do you want to use for this, also you can do this with powershell, php, cold fusion etc.

Just to be sure I am offering a viable solution though, will you be calling the endpoint from the same app, or do you plan to just sniff local network traffic to get this info ?
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