|Important Notice for ReadyAPI Customers
ReadyAPI has moved to SmartBear License Management. From October 2023, ReadyAPI will no longer provide file-based licensing. You need to migrate as soon as possible so your service remains uninterrupted. Please view this 45-minute webinar to learn:
What is SLM?
Why are we doing it?
What options are available?
What is our SLM readiness checklist?
What are the next steps?
Contact your SmartBear Account Manager to plan your migration or contact support if you require assistance.
ReadyAPI 3.47.0 includes a few changes compared to the previous product version – ReadyAPI 3.46.1. For information on the changes made to other versions, see Version History.
Match TCP Requests
ReadyAPI now offers the capability to match TCP requests using Groovy scripts, giving users greater flexibility and customization options. You can write scripts either for the entire TCP virtual service or for individual requests.
ReadyAPI Jenkins plugin is extended to support SLM on-premise license server as well as the Smartbear SLM server and follows the same license authentication logic as the Azure plugin.
Jira Plugin is updated to version 1.6.5. This update is a follow-up to the 3.47 Release.
ReadyAPI Feature Enhancement
You can download the local transaction log for HTTP Virtual Services from the ReadyAPI UI.
We added an “Uninstall” button that allows you to properly uninstall the Trial SLM Offline License. By doing so, we make it easier to uninstall your trial license and either use it on another machine or replace it with a production license.
ReadyAPI is updated to work with Java 17.0.7.
Please see here for a list of fixes and security vulnerabilities included in this patch.