The SOAP tab of the Environments Editor allows you to define environment-specific endpoints. The environment services will use these endpoints during test runs.
On the 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 endpoint’s host and port.
Authorization - set authorization used in requests to this endpoint.
Proxy - configures a proxy for accessing the endpoint.
The service name.
The endpoint's URL.
The name of the environment.
The Authorization profile. Click Configure to open the Auth Manager.
The WS-Security password type.
|WSS-Time to live||
The WS-Security time-to-live value.
The Incoming WS-S configuration.
The Outgoing WS-Security configuration.
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.
To use WS-Security configurations in environments, you need to configure them properly. You can prepare incoming and outgoing WS-Security configurations in the WS-S manager.
After that, select the WS-Security configurations you need 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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