I've read the Developer Reference Guide for 4.2.1, and have tried this connection policy in my adapter XML. Still, no traffic through fiddler:
<connectivity> <connectionPolicy xsi:type= "http:HTTPConnectionPolicyType"> <protocol>http</protocol> <domain>myhostname.mydomain.com</domain> <port>10039</port> <!-- send adapter traffic through fiddler --> <proxy> <protocol>http</protocol> <domain>localhost</domain> <port>8888</port> </proxy> </connectionPolicy> <loadConstraints maxConcurrentConnectionsPerNode= "8" /> </connectivity>
Of course, myhost.mydomain.com is replaced with my actual local workstation hostname.
I have confirmed fiddler is accepting requests by using other applications and manually setting their proxy settings similar to the above. Fiddler is not set to require authentication; I have also tried (with no luck) setting an <authentication><basic/></authentication> block within <proxy>.