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Am 15.04.2011 22:20, schrieb Sake Blok:
> On 14 apr 2011, at 22:46, Chris Maynard wrote:
>> Alexander Koeppe <format_c@...> writes:
>>> If I click on the field, the complete data is being selected in the
>>> bytes view. But in the detail view (where I clicked on) the word
>>> [truncated] is prepended.
>>> Question: Can I increase that "limit" over the GUI or ony withing the
>>> source code?
>>> I already had a look but didn't found the position where this truncation
>>> is being performed.
>>> So would be great if you guys could give me a short hint.
>> The limitation is imposed by ITEM_LABEL_LENGTH, currently defined in
>> epan/proto.h as 240.
> (and now without premature sending)
> A workaround without having to recompile Wireshark might be one of these options:
> - Use follow TCP stream to get the full Authentication header
> - Use rightclick -> copy -> value and then paste in a separate text file
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But you maybe also know vendor's support people.
If they see a "truncated" they even don't believe anything.
If they see nothing, they believe everything.
I'll go the recompile way and increase the value of ITEM_LABEL_LENGTH
(thanks to Chris). it's not so costy for me.
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