Tuesday, March 25, 2014

SoapUI, Groovy Script tutorial

Groovy is built on JVM, so does the SoapUI, it’s no surprise that SoapUI offers the Groovy script support by default. Let’s do a simple test, basically send out a Http request with dynamic parameters, and parse the result using the regular expression capability of Groovy and IO capablity to save the result back to a file. for the parameter we can use the groorvy to poll a file and return some randomized keywords.

so the keywords file looks like
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we create one project with one test suite, then under the suite, we can add test case, and for the test step, let’s add first step called GetKeyword as a groovy script.


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then we put some script here, which will assign a keyword property to the context randomly.
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then we can access this keyword using context.keyword in next step, now, let’s create a http request to bing.com

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Click extract params,now if we run this test

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the query keyword is hardcoded, we can replace it with a groovy expression

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then add the 3rd step, that we read the response in step 2 and save it to a file

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if we run the test case, you will see file named keyword.txt with the http response from bing.com search

also you can just copy and save the following xml as a project file, you open in in SoapUI

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<con:soapui-project activeEnvironment="Default" name="tst" soapui-version="4.6.4" xmlns:con="http://eviware.com/soapui/config"><con:settings/><con:testSuite name="testgroovy"><con:settings/><con:runType>SEQUENTIAL</con:runType><con:testCase failOnError="true" failTestCaseOnErrors="true" keepSession="false" maxResults="0" name="TestCase 1" searchProperties="true" id="cdd185b8-b6ae-4455-9713-ec70b5404569"><con:settings/><con:testStep type="groovy" name="GetKeyword"><con:settings/><con:config><script>def file=new File("c:\\a.txt")
def lines=file.readLines();
def randomindex=new Random()
def keyword=lines[randomindex.nextInt(lines.size())];
context.keyword=keyword
log.info(keyword)</script></con:config></con:testStep><con:testStep type="httprequest" name="Req2Bing"><con:settings/><con:config method="GET" xsi:type="con:HttpRequest" name="Req2Bing" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance"><con:settings><con:setting id="com.eviware.soapui.impl.wsdl.WsdlRequest@request-headers">&lt;xml-fragment/></con:setting></con:settings><con:endpoint>http://www.bing.com/search</con:endpoint><con:request/><con:credentials><con:authType>Global HTTP Settings</con:authType></con:credentials><con:jmsConfig JMSDeliveryMode="PERSISTENT"/><con:jmsPropertyConfig/><con:parameters><con:parameter><con:name>q</con:name><con:value>${=context.keyword}</con:value><con:style>QUERY</con:style><con:default>androidyou</con:default><con:path xsi:nil="true"/><con:description xsi:nil="true"/></con:parameter></con:parameters></con:config></con:testStep><con:testStep type="groovy" name="SaveitToFile"><con:settings/><con:config><script>def resp=testRunner.getTestCase().getTestStepByName("Req2Bing").httpRequest.response
def raw=resp.getContentAsString()
//save it fo file
def resultFile=new File("c:\\" + context.keyword + "t.txt")
resultFile.write(raw);</script></con:config></con:testStep><con:properties/></con:testCase><con:properties/></con:testSuite><con:properties/><con:wssContainer/></con:soapui-project>

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