Web services often use databases to store data, and you may need to test the requests your service sends to these databases. However, sometime those databases have to be taken down for maintenance, which can interrupt the normal process of test creation. In ReadyAPI, you can create a JDBC virtual service that simulates responses to queries sent to a database to act as a replacement for your database. This tutorial explains how you can create and configure a simple JDBC virtual service.
In This Tutorial
1. Create a JDBC Virtual Service
2. Connect the JDBC Virtual Service to Existing Database
3. Record Requests to the Database