Thetype exposes the following members.
Allows an object to try to free resources and perform other cleanup operations before it is reclaimed by garbage collection.(Inherited from Object.)
Serves as a hash function for a particular type.(Inherited from Object.)
Gets the Type of the current instance.(Inherited from Object.)
Creates a shallow copy of the current Object.(Inherited from Object.)
Override of ToString shows timer info in a fancy format(Overrides ObjectToString.)
Override of ToString shows timer info in a fancy format
The time at which the request's first Send() to Fiddler completes
The time at which Fiddler has begun sending the Response to the client (ClientResponseFirstSend)
The time at which the client's HTTP connection to Fiddler was established
The time at which the request to Fiddler completes (aka RequestLastWrite)
The time at which Fiddler has completed sending the Response to the client (ClientResponseLastSend)
The number of milliseconds spent waiting for DNS
The time at which Fiddler begins sending the HTTP request to the server (FiddlerRequestFirstSend)
The time at which the request headers were received
The time at which Fiddler received the server's headers
The number of milliseconds spent determining which gateway should be used to handle this request (Should be mutually exclusive to DNSTime!=0)
The number of milliseconds elapsed while performing the HTTPS handshake with the server
The time at which Fiddler receives the first byte of the server's response (ServerResponseFirstRead)
The time at which the server connection has been established
The time at which Fiddler has completed receipt of the server's response (ServerResponseLastRead)
The time at which Fiddler has completed sending the HTTP request to the server (FiddlerRequestLastSend). BUG: Should be named "FiddlerEndRequest". NOTE: Value here is often misleading due to buffering inside WinSock's send() call.
The number of milliseconds spent waiting for the server TCP/IP connection establishment
Enables High-Resolution timers, which are bad for battery-life but good for the accuracy of timestamps. See http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb897568 for the ClockRes utility that shows current clock resolution. NB: Exiting Fiddler reverts this to the default value.