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    How to call soapUI APIs from QTp

    Hi all,

    I am working on soapUI webservice testing tool, as it is open source, no option to run all xml request at a time and reporting is not detaild and verification is also tough.so i thought of doing it by calling soapUI tool APIs from qtp, but here as i am doing i wanted to know that is QTP supports for this, if yes, how to do, if any one worked on this, please help me to come up with initial steps in QTp.

    Thanks in Adavancne,
    Vasanth

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    Re: How to call soapUI APIs from QTp

    Hi Vasanth,

    Did you find some way to run SoapUI tests from the QTP?

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    Re: How to call soapUI APIs from QTp

    Am sure you can do it through loadrunner SOAP protocol.

    For QTP, use the "MSSOAP.SOAPClient" object.
    Search Web and you can find many examples to a WS call using SOAPClient through VBScript.
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    Re: How to call soapUI APIs from QTp

    [ QUOTE ]
    Am sure you can do it through loadrunner SOAP protocol.

    For QTP, use the "MSSOAP.SOAPClient" object.
    Search Web and you can find many examples to a WS call using SOAPClient through VBScript.

    [/ QUOTE ]

    Thank you, brainZ

    As I understand MSSOAP stands for Microsoft SOAP. I should mention in my post that we work with SOAP UI of Eviware.
    But you gave me a good idea to run SOAP through the VBScript. I will check this.

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    Re: How to call soapUI APIs from QTp

    [ QUOTE ]
    [ QUOTE ]
    Am sure you can do it through loadrunner SOAP protocol.

    For QTP, use the "MSSOAP.SOAPClient" object.
    Search Web and you can find many examples to a WS call using SOAPClient through VBScript.

    [/ QUOTE ]

    Thank you, brainZ

    As I understand MSSOAP stands for Microsoft SOAP. I should mention in my post that we work with SOAP UI of Eviware.
    But you gave me a good idea to run SOAP through the VBScript. I will check this.

    [/ QUOTE ]

    Hi Irena,

    Did you implement any SoapUI integration with QTP or QC, or even using VBScript?

 

 

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