Checking outgoing requests to WEb Service From my application or from another application

abdalrhmanabdalrhman Member ✭✭

Hello good day
I'm Developing a Contest game User will get Points for his Tasks.
After performing the task web service will go to True Value
problem
If the app's codes are changed, they can get unlimited points

Answers

  • JohnHardmanJohnHardman GBUniversity mod

    @abdalrhman said:
    Hello good day
    I'm Developing a Contest game User will get Points for his Tasks.
    After performing the task web service will go to True Value
    problem
    If the app's codes are changed, they can get unlimited points

    You haven't actually asked a question, so I am going to guess at what your intended question is. Install the HttpTracer NuGet package (see https://github.com/BSiLabs/HttpTracer )

  • abdalrhmanabdalrhman Member ✭✭
    edited July 13

    @JohnHardman said:

    @abdalrhman said:
    Hello good day
    I'm Developing a Contest game User will get Points for his Tasks.
    After performing the task web service will go to True Value
    problem
    If the app's codes are changed, they can get unlimited points

    You haven't actually asked a question, so I am going to guess at what your intended question is. Install the HttpTracer NuGet package (see https://github.com/BSiLabs/HttpTracer )

    Thanks but do you know how to use it in the web service side

  • JohnHardmanJohnHardman GBUniversity mod

    @abdalrhman said:
    Thanks but do you know how to use it in the web service side

    What technology are you using for developing the web service (language, framework, hosting platform)?

  • abdalrhmanabdalrhman Member ✭✭

    @JohnHardman said:

    @abdalrhman said:
    Thanks but do you know how to use it in the web service side

    What technology are you using for developing the web service (language, framework, hosting platform)?

    I Am using Asp.New Mvc Api
    hosting platform :Windows

  • JohnHardmanJohnHardman GBUniversity mod

    @abdalrhman said:
    how to use it in the web service side

    I assume that there is some reason that you cannot just use Fiddler?

    Assuming that you cannot use Fiddler, ASP.Net Core contains logging functionality. For an example and a load of references see https://wakeupandcode.com/logging-in-asp-net-core/#messages . However, I am not aware of anything built in that logs HTTP traffic server-side in ASP.Net Core. You would probably have to write that yourself, making use of the logging functionality in ASP.Net Core, but I'm happy to be corrected if I am wrong on that.

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