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Automation of REST based service in UFT 12.02

Hi,

Can anyone please help us in automating REST based service.

We ahve REST service URL, we want to import it in UFT 12.02.

How to perform the same using UFT 12.02 API testing?

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Re: Automation of REST based service in UFT 12.02

Hi,

The automation of a REST service is described in UFT help under "UFT User Guide > API Testing Design > Local Activities > Tasks > How to Create a REST Service" section.

You can also download/watch a recording of this process from https://hpln.hpe.com/page/uft-120-videos selecting "Testing of REST Services" (or directly through https://hpln.hp.com/node/18394/attachment).

Kind Regards,

Francisca

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Re: Automation of REST based service in UFT 12.02

Hi,

I have gone throgh UFT help document. I have further query as:-

We have one REST service based URL.

We want to import the same in UFT 12.02 and retrieve its methods/output.

How to do that using UFT 12.02 API Test?

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Re: Automation of REST based service in UFT 12.02

Hi,

It is not possible to import REST based services and retrieve its methods/inputs in the same way as it is done with WSDL services. This is not a UFT limitation but intrinsic to REST protocol as individual resources (e.g. methods) are identified in the requests themselves using URIs and hence do not enable such an "import".

Kind Regards,

Francisca

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