Long story short, during a record session in ACT, I paste an address
and then I found out that in most of the sub- procedures made by
ACT, the request is sent to www.anotherdomain.com/anotherpage.aspx?user_id=3435 it shows that ACT is able to catch the redirect path which web server refers to!
Please let me know how ACT is able to find out the redirected path or the new address generated by a server?
I guess I shoud check http headers which comes back as response but when I try it, it gives me some not all fielde values!
Your help would be appreciated greatly.
[ 01-02-2004, 01:01 PM: Message edited by: Ramsin ]
Use a HTTP Sniffer I use EffeTech HTTP Sniffer to see exactly what is happening. ACT will catch redirects since they are written in the response headers.
Where from can I download it ? or should I buy it ? I have never heard that before.
1) Go to www.google.com
2) Search for "EffeTech"
3) Click the first link that you see (www.EffeTech.com)