[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 20628] Web Inspector: resources should support tree-node views for structured data responses like JSON

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Thu Sep 1 15:58:53 PDT 2011


--- Comment #9 from Vsevolod Vlasov <vsevik at chromium.org>  2011-09-01 15:58:52 PST ---
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> > > > The feature seems to be present in Google Chrome 12.0.742.60, fantastic!
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> > > Using 15.0.865.0 in the dev channel, I do not see this feature present. Is there anything you must do other than go to the Response tab of a response with application/json content-type?
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> > We currently support it for application/json XHRs and JSONP requests. What kind of request do you have?
> The request content-type is Ajax/xml generated from XHR using Ext.js 3.3.  The server application must always consume xml, but it then does return a response with content-type application/json.  I assume that this mismatch between request and response types causes Chrome to not preview the response as JSON.

The request content type does not matter in that case.
Could you please show response contents or provide a url where this behavior could be seen? Is it JSON or JSONP? Please note that for JSONP response content type should be application/jsonp.

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