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You can path your environmentA.properties or whatever else properties file you want to use to JMeter via -p or -q command-line arguments Non-GUI mode: jmeter -q environmentA.properties -n -t test.jmx -l result.jtl GUI mode: jmeter -q environmentA.properties in this case JMeter GUI will open and all the properties defined in the environmentA.properties ...


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I'd also take into account how much code the "creating new user" part is. In pytest/Python, it really boils down to just one line of code, something like: response = requests.post(f"{Config.base_url()}/create_user", headers=headers, json=user_body) So the question is whether or not it's worth it creating a new fixture for only one line ...


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Currently we are using QuickMocker (https://quickmocker.com). This is on one hand pretty simple online mocking tool with a very intuitive UI, but on another hand it allows to perform things which other online tools do not have: Regular Expressions in the URL allowing you to create an endpoint which will cover any resource. For instance I do not need to ...


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As QA you are correctly getting a weird feeling. REST aims to do CRUD on resources in a standardized way. By adhering to that standard, you decrease the mental load on the next developer trying to figure out how the application works. Making exceptions to the standard would increase technical debt. So this issue needs to be addressed and if the one person ...


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The Problem is with scope of the Rest Assured dependency in the pom.xml file If your running your Rest Assured test from src/main/java the scope should be compile and your dependency will be as shown below <dependency> <groupId>io.rest-assured</groupId> <artifactId>rest-assured</artifactId> <version>3.0.2</...


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