We are using few JAR files in our web-application hosted on IIS6.0 Server and those files are used in somepages, we want to trace the execution of those files (both in client and server side) however tools like httpwatch...are not helping us in this. Do we have any specific tool to trace the execution of the JAR files in IIS Environment

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closed as off topic by Alex Angas Aug 10 '10 at 1:22

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Doesn't appear to have anything to do with SharePoint. You may want to consider posting this on stack overflow.

Having said that, check out Fiddler. It is a great HTTP tracer / debugger.

  • Agreed, and you shouldn't be sent back here if your question is even vaguely related to SharePoint, as there a lot of people knowledgeable with SharePoint also on StackOverflow. – James Love Aug 9 '10 at 10:09

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