Captured requests are useful for inspecting the request data your HTTP client or webhook provider are generating without forwarding the data on to a destination URL. Request Captures are similar in functionality to RequestBin.
Each of your buckets has a capture URL that consists of a bucket key and the Runscope hostname.
Here's an example capture URL (replace
bucket_key with the bucket key you'll receive after signing up for an account):
All requests made to the URL are captured and stored in the associated bucket and available for inspection in the Captures stream view.
Note: If you're looking to capture and inspect an API or webhook service call that is relayed to a destination endpoint, check out Runscope URLs.
Capturing requests is particularly useful when building a webhook or HTTP push notification integration.
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