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The Search Filters section starts with the marker,
SEARCH_FILTERS. Any number of specifiers can be entered. For example:
SEARCH_FILTERS, "RelFrameID=ALL", "IgnoreRedirections=off", "Scope=Body", "ContentType=text/html", "RequestUrl=http://mansfied/cgi-bin/echo.asp", LAST,
The Search Filters section is optional. Where the section is specified, all of the search specifiers are optional.
The search specifiers are:
ContentType: Only responses with the specified ContentType header are searched. The ContentType can contain the * wildcard.
HeaderNames: A comma-separated list of HTTP response header names. Only the specified headers' values are searched. This argument applies only when the Scope is "Headers".
IgnoreRedirections: If "IgnoreRedirections=Yes" and the server response is redirection information (HTTP status code 300-303, 307), the response is not searched. Instead, after receiving a redirection response, the GET request is sent to the redirected location and the search is performed on the response from that location.
The default is No.
RelFrameID: The hierarchy level of the HTML page relative to the requested URL. The possible values are ALL or a number. Click RelFrameID Attribute for a detailed description.
RequestURL: Only responses to this request are searched. The URL can contain the * wildcard.
Scope: Where to search for the delimited data. Optional.
The possible values are
All- Search the entire buffer
Headers - Search only the headers
Body - Search only body data
Cookies - Search only in cookies
If no DFES argument is specified, All can be used.
If Scope=Headers and a HeaderNames filter is used, only the values of the specified headers are searched. If no HeaderNames filter is used, all header text is searched.
Scope=All does not apply to web_reg_save_param_xpath.
The default is All, except for web_reg_save_param_xpath, where the default is Body
Scope does not support web_reg_save_param_attrib.