Bug Fixes in ReadyAPI 3.42.1

Applies to ReadyAPI 3.43, last modified on January 31, 2023

In ReadyAPI 3.42.1, we fixed the following issues reported by our customers:

Overall

Note:
RIA-5xxx1 represents the Jira ticket number. It will help you track back the bugs resolved in version 3.42.1.
  • Fixed:
    • An issue which caused some Load Agents to fail to start/run in a Load Test. (RIA-20146)

      Note: Fixed the push of the ReadyAPI project data to the agents, to ensure that the Agents have the up-to-date project in all cases.
    • An issue where ReadyAPI displayed more SwaggerHub API definitions that could be imported. Now, ReadyAPI only shows the SwaggerHub API definitions that can be imported, which is up to 10000. (RIA-19682)

    • An issue where Git Pull did not work in ReadyAPI from 3.41.0. The issue was caused by the fact that ReadyAPI saved the project on a Pull action. On saving the project, the Project’s version gets updated on the project file. Now it works as expected. (RIA-20161, RIA-20165)

    • An issue where the Composite Project Action > Save TestSuite feature causes random reordering of the element.order-file and that causes merge-conflict when using Git. (RIA-20081)

    • An issue where the Coverage feature of Functional Tests was not working. (RIA-19574)

    • An issue where the latest tag of the Docker Hub repository for the ReadyAPI TestRunner was not up to date. (RIA-20169)

    • Three related security vulnerabilities reported in JRE (CVE-2022-21618, CVE-2022-21624, CVE-2022-21626) by upgrading to 17.0.5. (RIA-20135)

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