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From Davanum Srinivas <>
Subject Re: TCPInterceptor - extension of TCPMon
Date Fri, 07 Nov 2003 06:41:23 GMT

Is it possible to submit a "cvs diff -u" against TCPMon itself? to include the additional
functionality. (


--- "Betts, Chris" <> wrote:
> Hi Folks,
>     Apologies in advance if this mail is inappropriate or being sent to
> the wrong place; I'm not a regular reader of this list.
>     I have been doing web services development with Axis for awhile now,
> and have found it a fiendishly useful tool.  I've also been using the
> 'TCPMon' utility to great effect.
>     I decided to extend the TCPMon program to create a 'TCPInterceptor'
> that allows a 'hold and release' usage, where you can manually edit the
> soap messages before they are sent to the server, and/or before they are
> returned to the client.  This has been very useful in tracking down
> small problems with protocols, where the client and server are slightly
> out of synch.
>     Like TCPMon, TCPInterceptor is stand alone, and in fact the code is
> closely based on the (somewhat unusual) coding style of TCPMon; it looks
> almost identical to TCPMon except for having a couple of extra
> checkboxes and a new button.
>     I know there are some commercial products that do this, and there
> may already be something hidden in the Axis source base that I'm not
> aware of, but if not would there be any interest in my submitting this
> back to the project?  (And if so, who would I send it to?).  It's a
> single file, stand alone utility program that relies on no external
> libraries.
>     All the best,
>         - Chris
> P.S. Hi Dims!
> Dr Christopher Betts
> Architect
> CA, Melbourne, Australia
> Dev Manager UDDI, DSML, JXplorer

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