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Har Files For Url List


Generates a HTTP Archive (HAR) file for web pages specified in a list of URLs. Optionally, the pages can be loaded using proxies from a specific country - to use this feature, you'll need access to Apify Proxy. On input, the actor accepts JSON object with the following fields: - sourceUrls: An array specifying which web pages to load. The format is same as the 'source' parameter of the RequestList in Apify SDK for Node.js. It can combined URLs as well as a link to a CSV file with the list of URLs. - country: Optional country code On output, the actor stores the resulting HAR files to the run's default key-value store, and also stores a table into the dataset with information about each web page visited and a link to the corresponding HAR file, or description of errors.

To run the actor, you'll need an Apify account. Simply create a new task for the actor by clicking the button below, modify the actor input configuration, click Run and get your results.


To run the actor from your code, send a HTTP POST request to the following API endpoint:<YOUR_API_TOKEN>

The POST payload including its Content-Type header is passed as INPUT to the actor (usually application/json). The actor is started with the default options; you can override them using various URL query parameters.

-d '{
  "country": null,
  "sourceUrls": [
    { "url": "" },
    { "url": "" },
    { "url": "" },
    { "requestsFromUrl": "" }
}' \
-H 'Content-Type: application/json' \

To use the API, you'll need to replace <YOUR_API_TOKEN> with the API token of your Apify account (view here).

For more information, view the list of actor's API endpoints or the full API reference.