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  1. Right-click the related Message Responder tool, then choose Add Output.
  2. Choose Forward> Traffic> All Tools> Message Forward.

  3. Configure the tool settings to specify where (to which endpoint) you want the message redirected.
    • For details on Transport tab settings, see:
    • If you want the tool to forward to a router endpoint on the local Virtualize server without consuming an HTTP connection, enter localhost or rather than the actual host name.
    • With the default settings, this tool will use the applicable URL path segments and path parameters received by the attached Message Responder. This way, you do not need to hardcode them in the tool configuration. If you do not want this dynamic forwarding performed, clear the Forward incoming URL and path parameters option.

      Note that:
      • These forward paths are constructed using the same logic as HTTP message proxy forward paths. See  See Working with Message Proxies.

      • If this option is enabled, the "listen path" that the message proxy uses is the attached Message Responder’s URL Path correlation condition; the "forward path" is the Router Endpoint in the Message Forward tool.
      • Currently headers can only be overwritten in the HTTP transport. For example, MQMD headers and JMS property headers cannot be overwritten through the Message Forward tool.

      • In the Misc tab, you can configure the timeout and valid HTTP response codes. If these metrics aren’t satisfied, an event will be reported to the Event Log available in the Parasoft Event Details perspective (to open this, choose Choose Window> Open Perspective> Other, then choose Parasoft Event Details in the Select Perspective dialog that opens).