See SOAtest Tutorial for additional information on getting started with SOAtest.
- Extracting Values from XML Responses for Reuse in Other Tests
- Adding Targeted Assertions for Values in JSON Responses
- Adding Targeted Assertions for Values in XML Responses
- Generating Tests for Operations Defined in a WSDL
- Creating Tests from an OpenAPI/Swagger Definition
- Manually Creating REST Clients
- Running Tests from the Command Line
- Introduction to Load Test
- Configuring Load Test
Extracting Values from XML Responses for Reuse in Other Tests
This video provides an example of how to extract values from XML responses and reuse them in other tests using the XML Data Bank (2:46).
Adding Targeted Assertions for Values in JSON Responses
Adding Targeted Assertions for Values in XML Responses
This video provides an example how to validate a response using the XML Assertor tool (2:14).
Generating Tests for Operations Defined in a WSDL
In this video, we show you how to automatically generate tests for the operations defined in a WSDL (2:33).
Creating Tests from an OpenAPI/Swagger Definition
This video describes how to automatically create tests from an OpenAPI/Swagger service definition file in SOAtest (2:07).
Manually Creating REST Clients
The SOAtest REST Client tool is a general purpose client for interacting with RESTful service endpoints. This video shows you how to manually create a REST Client. If you do not have access to an API definition or capture traffic (4:12).
Running Tests from the Command Line
The command line interface makes it possible to automate SOAtest jobs. This video shows you how to run .tst files from the command line (2:54).
Introduction to Load Test
This video demonstrates how Parasoft Load Test allows you to reuse your SOAtest functional tests to verify application performance and functionality under heavy load (2:10).
Configuring Load Test
This video provides an overview of the configuration options in Load Test (1:42).