In ReadyAPI, you can check if the data types and values in your requests and responses match the data structure defined in your API specification.
You do this check in the Request editor.
To validate request parameter values, switch to the Forms page of the request editor and click the toolbar button:
ReadyAPI will check if the data type of parameter values matches the request definition in the web service spec. It will notify you if it detects any errors.
For REST requests, you can change the parameter type on the Request page of the Request editor. However, the check will run against the data type defined in the specification. That is, the settings you set on the Request page will be ignored in this case.
ReadyAPI will check if the response data structure corresponds to the structure defined in your API specification, and if the response values match the data type set in the specification. Note that if a response contains elements the specification does not define, the check algorithm does not consider this an error. The algorithm reports about an error if the response does not contain the needed elements, or if the property values do not match the element data types.
If needed, you can modify a response and then re-validate the response to make sure your changes are correct. To activate the Edit mode for a response, select Edit from the context menu on the JSON or XML page.
The described validation works for the following requests:
Requests of WSDL services.
Requests of the Swagger 2.0 services that match the following conditions:
For other services, this check always succeeds.