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Try HttpMaster which focuses on REST and API testing.It supports dynamic parameters, validation of response data, various data viewers, etc. You can also save all your test definitions as HttpMaster project (single file) to reopen them later or use on another machine.


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Check this link http://www.testingbrain.com/tutorials/soapui-tutorial.html . There you can find some pdf tutorials about SoapUI


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Check this link ... It contains some pdf resources about SoapUI ... May be useful for you .... http://www.testingbrain.com/tutorials/soapui-tutorial.html


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I am afraid you can'd do it via the GUI. However, you can set property files for another case via a groovy script with something like tCase = prj.testSuites['TestSuiteName'].testCases['TestCaseName'] tCase.setPropertyValue( "MyProp", someValue ) For some reason you cant perform it as a single line in my expirience. ...


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Runscope provides a Web UI for creating tests. There is no code to write for standard assertions. You can write more complex assertions using Javascript. It is a cloud based service, which allows tests to be run from data centers around the world, which is useful when testing response times. You can also use our local agent to test APIs that are behind ...


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For simple user-friendly tool to test REST API, POSTMan is a great tool. It is easy to use. And, best for smoke testing. You can create request quickly. However, since you have some experience in automated testing. I would recommend to have automated test using JUnit. Basically, you need three thing to create automated test: Create Http Client. Expected ...



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