Applies to ReadyAPI 2.2, last modified on November 17, 2017

ReadyAPI includes samples that show how you can create functional tests against SOAP and REST APIs, virtualize APIs and add authentication to your requests.

The changes you make to sample projects cannot be saved. This means that, if you make some changes, you will have to save the project as a new one. The original file will remain unchanged.

How to Open

From the Dashboard

Find the project you need in the Sample Projects section:

Functional Testing: SoapUI Sample Projects

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From SoapUI Start Page

Switch to SoapUI and select the test you need from the Sample Projects list on the start page.

Functional Testing: SoapUI Sample Projects

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Available Samples

SOAP Sample Project

Contains a large variety of tests that send requests to the included SOAP virtual API.
Some tests are created to test the service behavior in case of incorrect requests, or to show how to create complex scenarios in ReadyAPI.

REST Sample Project

Simulates a user looking at the authorization form and logging in to the attached REST virtual service.

Data-Driven Sample Project
This project is only available from the dashboard.

Takes data from a Grid data source and sends multiple requests to the Google Maps API.

Virtualization Sample Project

Demonstrates how to use ReadyAPI to test both REST and SOAP services in the same project. Contains two test cases working with SOAP and REST virtual APIs.

Authentication Sample Project

Contains the test cases that show how you can authenticate to a service in ReadyAPI:

  • The Basic Auth test case logs in to the browserspy.dk web service by using the Basic authentication.

  • The OAuth2 - Browser client test case simulates a browser and authenticates to the Google API. It uses the Implicit Grant method.

  • The OAuth2 - Desktop client test case simulates a desktop client and authenticates to the Google API. It uses the Authorization Code Grant method.

  • The OAuth2 - Automation test case demonstrates how you can automate OAuth 2 token retrieval in your tests.

See Also

About ServiceV
Creating Your First Functional Test