Learn about SOA Testing

SOA stands for Service Oriented Architecture. In simple words, it is a framework consists of different services which communicate with each other over the network independently following a set of protocols. A service can be defined as a self-contained part of the functionality, and the combination of the several services can together provide usage and functionality of a software application on a large scale. The SOA framework makes it easier for the software parts on personal computers which are connected to a network to interact and cooperate. The design pattern…

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10 Tips for the SoapUI Beginner

Today we are completing our FREE SoapUI tutorials series. In this SoapUI training series we covered SoapUI testing concepts and in detail with easy to understand practical examples. Mainly these SoapUI tutorials are very helpful for all level SoapUI users. Today to complete with SoapUI series we are covering last article in the series "10 Tips for the SoapUI Beginner".   10 Tips for the SoapUI Beginner: (1) Magical Right Click: SoapUI is a robust tool and there are much functionality embedded within it than they are visible on the SoapUI…

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Sample Web API Project Testing Using SoapUI | Download Your Project Copy

The working experience on Web API project testing is really important while doing webservice testing. In this article, I want to cover sample Web API project testing using SoapUI. I am going to assume that our readers already gone through the SoapUI tutorial series and better understanding of  what is Web API testing, how to use SoapUI webservice testing tool etc. Wanna take a quick recap? Check this out. Introduction: API stands for Application programming Interface and the term Web API refers to API for either a web server or…

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REST Sample Project In SoapUI

In previous article we learned about REST Testing using SoapUI and continuing with REST testing, today we are covering how to create REST sample project in SoapUI. JAX-RS Java API has two implementations known as Jersey. RESTEasy. Jersey RESTful WebService: In this tutorial, we are going to develop and discuss on RESTful Web service using Jersey implementation of JAVA-RS Java API. System Requirements: Jersey jar files, which can be downloaded at below link. https://jersey.java.net/download.html Eclipse IDE. Java Runtime Environment 1.7 and up. Tomcat webserver 8.0 and up, integrated with eclipse. Sample RESTful…

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REST Testing using SoapUI

In this tutorial, we are going to learn how to test RESTful Web Services using SoapUI tool. In this tutorial, we have already developed a sample project on RESTful Web Service. Therefore testing of the same project using SoapUI is demonstrated below. Let’s understand the steps to create a REST Project in SoapUI: Step 1: Before opening the SoapUI console make sure your RESTful web service project is properly deployed on tomcat web server which was created during this tutorial series. To check the web service project is working smoothly,…

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How To Do Security Testing Using SoapUI?

In previous tutorial, we learned about How to test Mock services using SoapUI. Today we are going to learn how to do security testing using SoapUI. We will be using our existing SoapUI project as “MyFirstSoapUIProject1”, to demonstrate the security test using SoapUI tool. But before we can start, let’s understand the security testing definition. Security testing is done to unveil the flaws and security gaps present in the security mechanism of the software system that protects data and other sensitive information.It is supported by SoapUI to ensure authorization and authentically in…

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