Applies to ReadyAPI 3.2.7, last modified on May 28, 2020

Start a virtual service

Using ServiceV

  1. Open ServiceV and connect to VirtServer.

  2. Click the button.

    – or –

    Right-click a virtual service and select Start from the context menu:

    Starting virtual service from ServiceV

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Using web interface

  1. Go to the home page of VirtServer:

    https://<virtserver-host>:<port>/virtserver#/

    For example, if VirtServer is installed on your local machine and you run it on the default port, use the following link:

  2. Go to Overview > Virtual API Summary, find the virtual service you want to run and click :

    Running a virtual service using web interface

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    To start multiple virtual services, select them in the list and then click Bulk actions > Start.

To start a virtual service with the command-line utility, use the -start command. You can read more about it in this topic.

Stop a virtual service

Using ServiceV

  1. Open ServiceV and connect to VirtServer.

  2. Click the button.

    – or –

    Right-click a virtual service and select Stop from the context menu:

    Stopping virtual service from ServiceV

    Click the image to enlarge it.

Using web interface

  1. Go to the home page of VirtServer:

    https://<virtserver-host>:<port>/virtserver#/

    For example, if VirtServer is installed on your local machine and you run it on the default port, use the following link:

  2. Go to Overview > Virtual API Summary, find the virtual service you want to stop and click :

    Stopping a virtual service using web interface

    Click the image to enlarge it.

    To stop multiple virtual services, select them in the list and then click Bulk actions > Stop.

To stop a virtual service with the command-line utility, use the -stop command. You can read more about it in this topic.

See Also

Search for Virtual Services
Edit Deployed Virtual Services
Work With Virtual Service Tags

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