Features Added to ReadyAPI 3.44.0

Applies to ReadyAPI 3.53, last modified on June 07, 2024
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ReadyAPI 3.44.0 includes a few changes as compared to the previous version of the product – ReadyAPI 3.43.1. For information on the changes made to other versions, see Version History.

VirtService Deployment

From now on, you can deploy the same VirtService on the same VirtServer multiple times in the ReadyAPI GUI by drag and drop. ReadyAPI will automatically create a copy of that service, assigning it a unique service ID and access port.

ReadyAPI Test Steps

We added Webhooks, a new 'Test Steps' type for testing your async REST APIs. Also, support is available for the same.

Synchronization for Load Testing Virtual Services

We added a feature flag that configures the 'Synchronization for Load Testing Virtual Services' setting. Now, you can prioritize processing speed over accuracy according to your needs.

ReadyAPI Improvements

  • We improved the error message for saving a Test Case without a corresponding test suite. We made the text clear and easy to understand so you could respond appropriately.

  • To improve the readability of Smart Assertions in the Assertions tab, we have changed the default name from "Smart Assertion" to "Smart Assertion - Received Metadata" or "Smart Assertion - Received Data", depending on the assertion type.

General Updates

  • We updated the ReadyAPI JPROD builds to use the latest JPROD version. For reference, please visit Productivity Protection - What's New in Protection.

  • When you attempt to create/update a JDBC connection with a connection string containing an unsupported character such as '_', a warning will appear in the ReadyAPI GUI and the ReadyAPI logs.

  • From now on, you can import AsyncAPI 2.5.0 into ReadyAPI from file-based API definitions.

  • We have fixed a few Security Vulnerabilities.


  • We have fixed a few bugs reported by our customers.

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