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I’m sure this is probably an old-skool question for long time Cloverleafers, but after digging around and looking at as much info as I can find I still can’t tell the proper way to do this (maybe there is more than one way).
We are on v5.5 (rev 1) on Windows. What I want to do is be able to tell what is coming into a given connection (thread) at the most basic level(s). It would be nice via the GUI to be able to “see” hex/ascii input at any of the 7 OSI layers (eg, are they sending a stx or etx, and so forth, as well as the contents of the actual data message). Optimally it would be cool if this just somehow showed up in the log (watch/browse) but I could live with just writing it out to a file if that’s what it takes.
Is this something that would require pdl manipulation, or an IB tcl proc, or what? How do I even begin to do this? I can manipluate basic tcl well enough to mess with data in xlates and stuff, but writing base code to do stuff with the OS or the engine starts to get a little over my head in the tcl department. I take it there is no ‘standard’ way to do this…or is there?
Thanks for any input. This is something I have long wondered how to do (in Cloverland).
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