In Part 1 of this blog, we had discussed on how to create a sample Project in SoapUI that could be integrated to Worksoft Certify. This Part 2, continues to touch on the pre-requisites for SoapUI – Worksoft Certify Integration and finally how to use
SoapUI is an open-source web service testing tool for service-oriented architectures (SOA) and representational state transfers (REST). Its functionality covers web service inspection, invoking, development, simulation and mocking, functional testing, load and compliance testing.
Source Ref: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SoapUI
A web service is a service offered
As we can only share / re-use processes within any given Project in Certify, the best option for end to end testing is to have a single Certify Project.
Below is the proposed folder structure for a typical Project:
1.1 – Integrated Tests
This folder will contain final
There are some key things in some of the standard SAP transactions which play a vital role if it is not already setup in the underlying SAP environment.
Let’s take an example of creating a Purchase Order (PO) in SAP via tcode ME21N. I think
Before you start building your processes in Certify, you must set up your SAP environment to work with Worksoft Certify. The SAP GUI needs to be configured to support the script recording and playback feature of the Certify SAP Learn (Live Touch) utility.