[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 22920] Inspector Request Headers Should Show Data/Variables/Parameters Sent With Request

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Tue Aug 18 09:09:42 PDT 2009


Patrick Mueller <pmuellr at yahoo.com> changed:

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--- Comment #4 from Patrick Mueller <pmuellr at yahoo.com>  2009-08-18 09:09:39 PDT ---
I've started to look into this.

Presumably, when "form data" is associated with a script, we'd show it in the
resource panel, along side the request and response headers.  I think it would
be easiest to show it as a peer of the headers, with a new title of "Request
Parameters", perhaps?

"form data" would be either the HTTP payload for a post with an acceptable
content-type for form data submission, or query string parameters specified on
a GET.

The form data would then be parsed into key/value pairs, and displayed similar
to the way the headers are currently displayed.

While at it, it seems like it would be nice to show the HTTP method used for
the resource invocation.  Thinking that could be prepended to the URL displayed
in the Resource panel (the URL above the Request headers, Response Headers tree

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