ReadyAPI 3.2.5 includes several improvements to make API testing easier and more powerful. Below is the list of changes relative to the previous version of the product – ReadyAPI 3.2. For information on the changes made to other versions, see Version History.
Now, you can store your Git and GitHub accounts in ReadyAPI for easy access. This is especially convenient for those who use several accounts:
It’s easier to attach your project to a repository: ReadyAPI shows repositories available to your account, so you can search for a repo by a phrase in its name or description and select the repo visually. ReadyAPI will get the repository URL automatically:
You can now also easily disconnect a project from some repository or connect to another one.
The bundle licenses now allow running tests with the Test Runner utility.
The VirtServer command-line utility offers two improvements:
Now, you can use the utility to create and edit users without restarting your VirtServer instance after each action.
You can specify the VirtServer computer (its name or IP address) only in the first command and skip it in further calls (that is, you can skip the
-s options) – the utility will automatically send commands to the previously-used VirtServer host.
See also Command-Line Interface Utility.
We have also fixed a number of bugs reported by our customers.
ReadyAPI no longer supports Windows Server 2008 R2.