The Request view is used to inspect the data that is sent from the browser to the server. In the request block or buffer that is sent to the server from the browser, all information is formatted in the form of field name and its corresponding value. This format simplifies identifying the index-specific field names and their contents and to create events from data in the request block.
The cxImpact system provides some computed information about each hit, which is also stored in the request block. The following sections indicate sources of the information in the request block: the browser, the server, or computed by the cxImpact system and inserted into the request block.
Request view breaks the display into sections. For each hit, most sections are displayed, and under each section are individual fields. The number of fields and their values vary with each hit.
Creating events and hit attributes from Request view
The Request view has multiple context menu items for creating events from text that is found in the Request view.
To open the context menu, right-click an item in the Request view.
If you select a variable name such as
TLMergeID, then an event can be defined to
detect for the presence of the variable in the request. You can define a specific value, as