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Special Edition Using SOAP by John Paul Mueller

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tcpTrace

Many of the SOAP toolkits on the market don’t include any form of trace utility. You need this utility to track the messages to and from the server. Analyzing these messages helps you detect certain types of bugs in your application. Even though the Microsoft SOAP Toolkit does include a trace utility, it doesn’t provide any means for creating a log file on disk—a prerequisite if you want to track the messages generated by a large application. pocketSOAP’s tcpTrace (http://www.pocketsoap.com/tcptrace/) addresses both of these problems.

Using tcpTrace is relatively easy. You’ll see the dialog shown in Figure C.15 when you start the application. The three blanks allow you to configure source and destination communication parameters. I’ll ...

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