Creating your own HTTP Chaos Monkey in 15 Minutes using Fiddler

You've written your awesome web app and you've been an awesome developer by handling those pesky intermittent connectivity issues that happen now and again when making HTTP requests. Typically you are doing this by catching the common HTTP Error Status Codes and performing retries. When it comes to testing you will want to methodically test... Continue Reading →

Running Fiddler with OnePlaceMail – Fixing “The requested site does not appear to have claims enabled or the Login Url has not been set” message

Here’s a workaround to get Fiddler working with OnePlaceMail and SharePoint 2013 where you normally get the following error message in OnePlaceMail as soon as Fiddler is enabled and capturing traffic: “The requested site does not appear to have claims enabled or the Login Url has not been set” I went investigating why introducing Fiddler... Continue Reading →

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