Marries together two <tcp_monologues> that correspond to a HTTP request and
response. The event will contain the following arguments:
socketpair_key - uniquely identifies the TCP session
req - HTTP::Request object
resp - HTTP::Response object
t_start - Net::Analysis::Time object, start of xaction
t_end - Net::Analysis::Time object, end of xaction
t_elapsed - Net::Analysis::Time object, duration of xaction
req_mono - Net::Analysis::TCPMonologue object for the request
resp_mono - Net::Analysis::TCPMonologue object for the response
If you need packet level info, you can dig it out of the TCPMonologue objects.
Note that this particular module does not currently support HTTP
pipelining; it expects requests/responses to correspond to
back-and-forth monologues. Look at the
Net::Analysis::Listener::HTTPPipelining for an alpha implementation
of handling pipelined HTTP.