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while configuring Eclipse TCP/IP Monitor I cannot understand one issue. I have seen a number of examples of this, but all the examples relate to testing of locally deployed web-services. What I want is to test my client to web-service located outside of my machine. I.e. I want to see what exactly my client sends to external web-service while operating. Is it possible with Eclipse TCP/IP monitor?

If yes, how can I set the environmet for this? I dont understand how to set the ports. First, which port should I use as local monitoring port, and which port should I enter as remote service port. How can I know on which port a remote web-setrvice runs? I also dont understand which type (HTTP or TCP/IP) should I use.

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