Mastering SoapUI as the name suggests is book which is all about Soap UI. The book provides the in-depth knowledge of functional, security, and performance testing on service-oriented architecture by using SoapUI. This book also explains you industry standard test automation framework based on SoapUI which are capable of invoking UI, database, and Web services. Through this book, readers would also come to know how we can leverage SoapUI for functional test automation and would learn to integrate SoapUI with tools like Jenkins, HP QC, and Selenium. We will also learn to create various reusable utilities for test automation. This book provides it readers with real time examples.
Chapter 1, Introduction to SOA Testing, introduces you to the key features of SoapUI, and by the end of this chapter, the readers will be familiar with SOA and SOA Testing. They will have a basic understanding of functional, load, and security testing in SOA using SoapUI.
Chapter 2, Functional Testing in Detail, explains the readers how to functionally test a web service using SoapUI. By the end of the chapter, they will be able to test web services and service orchestration functionality and will also know how to use the features such as XPath, Assertions, HermesJMS.
Chapter 3, Performance Testing of SOA Applications in Detail, discusses about performance testing of SOA using SoapUI and various load patterns. In this chapter, we would also see the integration of SoapUI with LoadUI.
Chapter 4, Security Testing in Detail, In this chapter, we will learn to configure security tests and validate the results .We will see how to configure the test types and add additional test criteria for each scan type using SoapUI.
Chapter 5, Test Automation in SOA World, will discuss test automation in detail and teach to create test automation frameworks and reusable assets for your automation framework, and designing an automation framework.
Chapter 6, Multilayer Test Automation Using SoapUI and Selenium, will teach Multilayer testing, Integration of selenium and SoapUI, Locator Identification for UI, and Automating Multilayers together using SoapUI and Selenium.
Chapter 7, SoapUI Integration with Jenkins and HP QC, will discuss about DevOps and the way we can achieve it by integrating SoapUI with Jenkins. You will also learn to integrate SoapUI with test management tools such as QC.
Chapter 8, End-to-End Test Automation, will explain how to create end-to-end test automation frameworks by integrating different tools and utilities together. This will provide a real-time view of end-to-end automation.
Chapter 9, Service Mocking, will discuss how to create mock services and deploy them. We will also learn to implement different dispatch type of the service as per our business needs.
Chapter 10, Best Practices in SOA Test Automation, will teach you about the best practices and guidelines for SOA test automation.
Chapter 11, Crack the Certification, can be found at https://www.packtpub.com/sites/default/files/downloads/2113OS_Chapter_11_Crack_the_Certification.pdf.
For this book, you would need the following software:
SoapUI [O.S] 4.0 and higher
Selenium Web driver Jars
Apache Ant 1.9.2
The book is intended for test architects, SOA test specialists, automation testers, test managers, and software developers who have a good understanding of SOA, web services, Groovy Scripting, and the SoapUI tool.
In this book, you will find a number of text styles that distinguish between different kinds of information. Here are some examples of these styles and an explanation of their meaning.
Code words in text, database table names, folder names, filenames, file extensions, pathnames, dummy URLs, user input, and Twitter handles are shown as follows: "We are storing the results to the database as an
ActualDomainHit and we are comparing it against the expected values."
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def rows = sql.rows("select * from PROJECT where name like 'Pranai%'") assert rows.size() == 2
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set Script=C:\\SOAP_Test\ cd %Script% call ant -f Build.xml set Script=C:\\mfg %progdrive% cd %Script% call ant -f Build.xml pause(100000000000000)
New terms and important words are shown in bold. Words that you see on the screen, for example, in menus or dialog boxes, appear in the text like this: "Select the name of the security test and click on OK."
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