Unreadable data in the tree listener

I was recording a Siebel script in Jmeter but discovered that the data coming back was unreadable in the tree listener (see below):
compressed data

The key problem was that any Regular expressions to pull out parameters would not work. This problem was easily solved by removing the Accept-Encoding line from the Jmeter request HTTP header.

http header

Not ideal as the data will be return uncompressed so there will be more stress on the network, so something to be mindful of when looking at the Jmeter results.

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