Hi Paul,

Would suggest you use fiddler which is a free tool.(http://
www.fiddler2.com/fiddler2/)
You could run fiddler while your scripts are executing and capture the
status code, urls hit etc from a different process.

You could also try httpwatch (not free) http://www.httpwatch.com/
This supports ruby programming and could be used along with watir to
get the results you need.

If anyone has a better solution using COM, iam waiting to hear.

-Tony
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