There's no way to achieve this with Fiddler Everywhere. However, there are options with other products:
- With Fiddler Classic you can use the ExecAction.exe as described in the docs. You'll have to modify your FiddlerScript as well, more information for the usage can be found in this forum post.
- With FiddlerCore , which is a .NET Framework (and .NETCore) library, you can build your own application that captures the traffic and saves it whenever you want. The library has a free trial, so you can give it a try.
Hope this helps.
I have Fiddler Classic and Fiddler Everywhere. We regularly run performance tests and need the Fiddler session logs as part of our analysis.
Is there a way for us to start and stop Fiddler and then save the session information using PowerShell?