[Webtest] RE: testing JSON web services

Conor MacMahon Conor MacMahon" <Conor.MacMahon@qsa.qld.edu.au
Thu, 4 Sep 2008 10:03:46 +1000


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Hi Tokutan,
                Wow, you have used webtest to test web services? May I
ask you describe how you did that? I ask, as it may help me ease the way
I test my web services. My approach is quite programmatic, using junit
and java. Webtest is generally script-like, using ant and the like...so
may be easier/faster to develop tests, but I could pass that testing
over to the test team, as it's an easier skill set for them to learn
than junit/java.
                So, please do explain Tokutan, am sure I'm not the only
one who would appreciate this knowledge?
Best,
Conor

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Subject: [Webtest] RE: testing JSON web services


Thanks for replying Conor. I have been able to use webtest to test SOAP
based Web services using Webtest. However since I need to test JSON web
services, I am wondering whether it is possible to use webtest for this
purpose


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	Hi Tukutan,
	               My gut feel is that webtest is good for testing
typical
	point and click web applications (e.g. facebook, google). For
testing
	web services, I would recommend creating soap messages and
sending them
	and asserting the replies in an 'integration' test.
	               Someone else may have some input on if/how you
would use
	webtest for web service testing.
	Best,
	Conor
	
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	Sent: Wednesday, 3 September 2008 11:14 AM
	To: webtest@lists.canoo.com
	Subject: [Webtest] testing JSON web services
	
	
	Hi,
	
	I am currently about to do a new project to test JSON based web
	services. I was told to research a testing tool that can be used
to test
	this web services. Since, I have been using webtest, I would
really like
	to use the same tool to test this.
	
	Is it possible to use webtest for this purpose? I am completely
new to
	test JSON web services and thus I don't know much about the
requirement
	to test JSON web services.
	
	Thanks,
	
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