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Note: if you need to modify your server response by adding/removing some header parameters or by making small changes in content, then consider using the HTTP Modifier
instead of Auto-responder.
You can create as many auto-responders, as you need.
type or select an application name from the list that you want to test. If no application name is provided, the rule will work for all applications. It is recommended to provide an application name.
select the protocol from the list.
provide regexp rules to match a request to reply. Regexp rules are case insensitive. If you provide more then one regexp rule, all of those must match.
Match HTTP Method and URL Part:
Match Host Name:
the HTTP response header that will be send back to your browser or application. The header must be a valid HTTP header. You may provide any HTTP request header, with any status code, user agent string and cookies, etc.
the HTTP response content that will be send to browser or your application. HTTP Debugger will automatically calculate the Content-Length for your content, but you need to provide a valid Content-Type for it.
you can tell HTTP Debugger to respond with a file from your local disk. HTTP Debugger will automatically calculate the Content-Length for that file, but you need to provide a valid Content-Type for it.
Response Header Samples:
OK with Some Content:
HTTP/1.1 200 OK
302 Redirect To HTTP Debugger Website:
HTTP/1.1 302 Found
404 Page Not Found:
HTTP/1.1 404 Page Not Found
500 Internal Server Error:
HTTP/1.1 500 Internal Server Error
You can create an Auto-responder rule for a particular HTTP request from grid's context menu.
Note: to improve the performance, it is recommended to disable the Auto-responder, if it is not used.
browsers tend to cache Internet connections, therefore it maybe required to restart a browser for changes to take effect.