The user agent string trick is neat, but I want to do some manipulation of the header strings themselves.
Can eValid do that as well?
Thanks for posting your question SaidHaig.
Yes, and here is a page describing how the parameters in the headers -- usually called the "quey string" -- can be manipulated: http://www.e-valid.com/Products/Documen ... aders.html
Note that this page also describes how to manipulate the user agent string.
Sometimes you need to be able to do both, manipulate the user agent string AND fiddle with the headers.
-- eValid Support