[ANN] TunnelliJ 0.9 beta

TunnelliJPlugin plugin works as the tunnel which listens on specified port and forwards any incoming traffic to specified destination host and port. It is useful for debugging purposes when developing network applications (HTTP requests, SOAP calls...).

see home page:
http://www.intellij.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/TunnelliJPlugin

see screenshot:
http://www.intellij.org/twiki/pub/Main/TunnelliJPlugin/screenshot_1.PNG

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Milan Boruvka

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Hi,

First of all - great plugin.

But I have a page that returns a lot of stuff, and some are collected in
different request and some has there own request. Why is that ?

Regards

Anders Holmbech Nielsen

TunnelliJPlugin plugin works as the tunnel which listens on specified port
and forwards any incoming traffic to specified destination host and port. It
is useful for debugging purposes when developing network applications (HTTP
requests, SOAP calls...).

see home page:
http://www.intellij.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/TunnelliJPlugin

see screenshot:
http://www.intellij.org/twiki/pub/Main/TunnelliJPlugin/screenshot_1.PNG

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Milan Boruvka


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Can it handle UPD (I'm developing MGCP stack)?

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Hi, the item in the list is created when the connection is closed..
So, if the connection is not closed after every call
(connection "keep-alive"), there is a item in the list containing
all request and responses within that connection..

MilanBoruvka

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Hi,

>

First of all - great plugin.

>

But I have a page that returns a lot of stuff, and some are collected in
different request and some has there own request. Why is that ?

>

Regards

>

Anders Holmbech Nielsen

>

TunnelliJPlugin plugin works as the tunnel which listens on specified port
and forwards any incoming traffic to specified destination host and port. It
is useful for debugging purposes when developing network applications (HTTP
requests, SOAP calls...).

>

see home page:
http://www.intellij.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/TunnelliJPlugin

>

see screenshot:
http://www.intellij.org/twiki/pub/Main/TunnelliJPlugin/screenshot_1.PNG

>

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Milan Boruvka

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