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News: The soapUI goes to 3.5 beta1 - adds JMS and JDBC support

  1. eviware announced the first beta of soapUI 3.5 – The Protocol release. This release extends the capabilities of soapUI to include testing of JMS, AMF, and Databases. JMS is supported through integration with HermesJMS. This has been high on the wish list from our enterprise users in order to support for example MQ-Testing, while the AMF support is a valuable addition for our Flash end Flex developers in the community who has been noticing that there has been a shortage of a good tool for the AMF part of RIA testing. The Database Testing through JDBC enables end to end testing; we’ve had numerous Feature Requests for making it possible to verify data integrity in combination with Web Service Testing. All protocols can be Load Tested as well. soapUI now supports WS, REST, HTTP, JMS, AMF and JDBC testing making the name soapUI a bit silly, but who’d a think it four years ago? Other notable features are a Query Builder, a graphical interface for creating SQL Queries (soapUI Pro only) and the ability to deploy Service mocks as WAR’s. - Read more: http://www.soapui.org/new_and_noteworthy_3_5.html - Download from sourceforge: http://sourceforge.net/projects/soapui/files/soapui/3.5-beta1 - Download soapUI Pro 3.5 beta1 from http://www.eviware.com/beta Message was edited by: staff

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  2. plain HTTP POST[ Go to top ]

    can i use soap UI to also test regular HTTP POST. payload will be XML but its not confirming to schema. We are currently looking at tools that can support our system to system testing. Apart from soap and rest, it should also support reguhalr HTTP FORM POST. I am wondering if this use case is supported. tx
  3. Re: plain HTTP POST[ Go to top ]

    Hi! Sure! The HTTP TestStep allows you to send any HTTP request (POST, GET, PUT, DELETE, etc) with custom parameters, headers and content. Check out http://www.soapui.org/userguide/functional/http-requests.html to get going.. regards, /Ole eviware.com
  4. Re: plain HTTP POST[ Go to top ]

    Try also Grinder (http://grinder.sourceforge.net/) it works for us!