Applies to TestComplete 14.20, last modified on September 11, 2019
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The topics of this section describe how you can perform functional testing of web services (including WCF services) with TestComplete.
In This Section
Provides general information on testing web services with TestComplete.
Describes the plugins and settings required for testing web services.
Contains step-by-step instructions on how to create functional tests for web services.
Describes specifics of testing WCF services with TestComplete.
Explains how to set up web service methods to use parameters of an object or array type.
Explains how you can test web service methods that use "out" parameters.
Describes how to specify authentication information for a web service’s clients.
Describes how to add custom Header elements to SOAP requests sent to your tested web services.
Describes how you can prepare custom SOAP requests for sending them to the tested web service methods.
Describes data types that are used in WSDL documents describing web services under test.
Describes the WebService Test editor.
Related Topics of Interest
Explains how to use TestComplete wizards and dialogs to generate script code that will check web service response.
TestComplete includes a sample project that demonstrates how to call web service methods from scripts, prepare complex parameters for the methods to be called and check the returned results by using script statements and checkpoints:
<TestComplete Samples>\Common\Web Service Testing\Functional Testing
These projects work with a sample web service that resides on our web site:
Web and RIA Testing