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September 30, 2008  12:24 AM

Functional Testing of Web Services: Part VI



Posted by: Sentinel627
Development, Functional testing, SOAP, Software Quality, Web services, Web services testing, WSDL, XML

See: I didn't make you wait too long for that SOAP submission tool. Lucky for all of us those gurus that write FireFox add-ons came up with one that does just what we want! Called Poster, it's described as "A developer tool for interacting with web services and other web resources that lets you...

September 29, 2008  11:58 PM

Functional Testing of Web Services: Part V



Posted by: Sentinel627
Development, Functional testing, SOAP, Software Quality, VUGen, Web services, Web services testing, WSDL, XML

In my never-ending (or so it seems) quest for a cool set of tools for testing web services, I have come across another free(ware)bie, TCPMonitor. You can download a version from here. First, define a Port to be used for intercepting requests/responses...


August 1, 2008  7:41 PM

Functional Testing of Web Services: Part II



Posted by: Sentinel627
Functional testing, SOAP, Software Quality, Web services, Web services testing, WSDL, XML

In a previous posting, we examined the definition and basic functionality of a web service. Now let's discuss the process behind testing web services. In order to perform any effective automated functional testing, two components are absolutely essential: good test data, and an adequate test...


July 30, 2008  10:20 PM

Functional Testing of Web Services: Part I



Posted by: Sentinel627
Functional testing, SOAP, Software Quality, Web services, Web services testing, WSDL, XML

Usually when you think of functional testing, you visualize some sort of User Interface (UI) for inputting data: a well-defined form or page with fields and arrows and boxes and other eye-candy. Graphical User...</p>			</div>

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