Expanded v1.0.70 release notes.
Anyone familiar with the Exchange Online Fiddler Extension, up to version 1.0.63, is used to the extension working a certain way.
From this release going forward the extension is now known as the Office 365 Fiddler Extension.
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Release date: To Be Determined, though planned for end of April / beginning of May 2019.
Here is a list of the things you need to know in the new release to make your transition easier.
Naming the Extension
- First and foremost, the ‘Exchange Online Fiddler Extension’ is now known as the ‘Office 365 Fiddler Extension’.
- Though the extension has grown out of the Exchange Online team, the extension is just as useful for any Office 365 client application troubleshooting.
- The ‘Exchange Online’ inspector tab has been renamed to ‘Office 365’.
- The menu has also been renamed to ‘Office 365’.
Turn on/off the extension
- The menu name will change depending on whether the extension is enabled or disabled.
- The columns on/off functionality has been removed to simplify the code set.
- The same actions can be performed with native Fiddler controls.
- The extension can now be enabled / disabled within the same Fiddler session.
- You can now disable the extension logic checking without the need to close out Fiddler and relaunch.
Extension elements renamed
- The ‘Office365 Auth’ inspector tab content has been collapsed into the newly renamed ‘Office 365’ inspector tab.
- The ‘Office 365’ inspector tab has been converted to a text based control.
- This allows dynamic insertion of data depending on the session type.
- GUI controls took up too much screen real estate.
- Typically the content was being copied to a text file anyway.
- The ‘Exchange Type’ column has been renamed to ‘Session Type’.
- As updates are available, notifications on the updates are displayed at the top of the ‘Office 365’ inspector tab.
- Additional session timers have been added.
- Session logic rule set updates.