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How to know if Network.responseReceived have a relationship to Network.dataReceived

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Is there any way to map back a size of the network request to what you’d get back from Network.dataReceived to Network.responseReceived?

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  • State:closed
  • Created 6 years ago
  • Comments:5 (2 by maintainers)

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pavelfeldmancommented, Jul 5, 2017

Network.responseReceived is triggered when the header of the response becomes available. The body has not yet started downloading. At that point in time, we only know Content-Length via parsing the response header.

Then we get a series of Network.dataReceived events that carry information about actual network chunks. They all share requestId that is first mentioned in the Network.requestWillBeSent. It all ends up with the Network.loadingFinished when resource has been loaded (or Network.loadingFailed if it failed).

evenstensbergcommented, Jul 6, 2017

My fault, closing this. Thanks for helping out 🥇

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