Parasoft SOAtest Other Advice

Leo Steenbergen
Testprofessional at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
Start off simple. Build your test setup from there. Do think about setting up some specific test cases as building blocks (reference material) for other test scenarios to use, so that the maintenance in the future is more easily done. Also be sure to read the Help function, might help you on your way when you're facing some difficulties. View full review »
Ujjwal Gupta
Senior Technical Consultant at a tech company with 10,001+ employees
I have been using this solution for more than six years. I have not found any issues while doing automation. View full review »
Test Automation Developer at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
It is a good solution, and if you're looking to migrate from an existing toolset as well, it's a pretty good solution. It is quite vast, and they have a lot of other toolsets in there. It has a lot of other toolsets like virtualize which is really helpful. The toolset is really good, I'm really impressed with it. In the base licensing, we would like to have CLI support included because CLI is the most basic stuff that we need. Currently, it's a separate licensing that we need for that. If I'm getting an application and I need to use it. I would like to use the command line interface as well. I would expect that to be part of the base licensing. I would rate this solution at an eight and a half out of ten. View full review »
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