2018-03-22T04:44:00Z

What is your primary use case for Parasoft SOAtest?


How do you or your organization use this solution?

Please share with us so that your peers can learn from your experiences.

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We use a lot of tools from Parasoft toolset, but with SOAtest specifically, we use it for creating and running integration tests.

2019-07-01T07:59:00Z
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The primary use case for adopting Parasoft SOAtest is to test web services/middleware testing (SOAP/REST/MQ/SAP RFC/EDI/FTP). Inbuilt support: * REST: WADL and JSON. * SOAP: WSDL. * SAP RFC * Message queuing supported: JMS, MQ, and NET WCF. * Protocols supported: TCP/IP, FTP, EDI, WSDL, WADL, WS-*, UDDI, RMI, EJB, webMethods, TIBCO, SMTP, and custom. * Languages Supported: Java, JavaScript, Groovy, Jython * Virtualization * Third-party tool integration (plug and play) * Stored procedure testing and DB validation * UI recording through Selenium WebDriver. * I've used this solution for more than 6.7 years.

2018-03-22T04:44:00Z
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