The REST tab of the Environments Editor allows you to define environment-specific endpoints. The environment services will use these endpoints during test runs.
On the REST tab, you can see all the available API endpoints in a table. The table has the following columns:
Name – The endpoint name.
Endpoint – The endpoint’s URL.
Authorization Profile – The authorization profile used in the selected environment for the endpoint.
To edit endpoint options, click Edit in the endpoint’s row, double-click the endpoint, or select the endpoint and click .
Here, you can edit the following options:
Basic settings - set the endpoint’s host and port.
Authorization - set the authorization used in requests to this endpoint.
Proxy - configures a proxy to access the endpoint.
The service name.
The endpoint's URL.
The name of the environment.
The Authorization profile. Click Configure to open the Auth Manager.
Using Auth Profiles
To use authorization profiles in environments, you need to create a profile.
Click Configure to open the Auth Manager, or configure the authorization in any specific request.
You can then select the profile in the environment options.
The proxy's address.
The proxy's port.
The username for the proxy.
The password for the proxy.
|The proxy settings of environment endpoints are ignored if you use the SOCKS proxy.|
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