SoapUI Web Services Testing Course«Other Courses

Getting started with testing a new application is always a challenge and if that is not enough what if you have to test the cutting-edge technology of SOA Web Services, how will you do it?No worries, open-source SoapUI tool along with SoapUI Pro is the answer.Web Service Software testing APIs is a specialized skillset requiring a good understanding of XML, WSDL, Web Services and other technologies, it’s a skill that more and more testers need to understand. In today’s software applications connectivity via Web services API’s is more critical than ever and companies understand the significance of successful web service testing is critical to the success of their products and services. For YOU the Automation QA engineer, this demands learning new skillset.

One of the most popular tools for software testing APIs is SoapUI.

Our SoapUI course illustrates the most important concepts of web service testing, we shall cover everything as how soapUI can be used as a starting point answering your challenge of knowing and testing SOA application; we will be creating the SoapUI project, running the included MockService and master as how to create tests getting ourselves familiarize with the soapUI interface, and then gradually move on to the advanced topics of the soapUI Project like scripting using Groovy code.

Do not be fooled when someone says you “just” need to learn SoapUI Pro and there is no need to learn as how to write the script.

Course Agenda

  • Testing Web Services with SoapUI
  • Introduction
  • An Introduction to SoapUI
  • Installing SoapUI
  • Installing a Local Web Service
  • Testing Web Services with SoapUI
  • Creating TestSuites, TestCases and TestSteps
  • Data-Driven Testing
  • Parameterization of Data (TextFile, Excel & DataBase)
  • DataSource, DataSourceLoop, DataSink Test Steps
  • JDBC Connecting to Microsoft SQL Server Database
  • Parameterization of Response and Assertion Testing
  • Groovy, Groovy, Groovy.... IT IS VERY IMPORTANT
  • Learn to incorporate Groovy language into your tests
  • Writing Scripts using Groovy Code
  • Creating Mock Services
  • What is CDATA and why we use CDATA in SoapUI
  • Create Event Handlers in SoapUI
  • REST Service API Testing using SoapUI
  • Load-Testing with SoapUI
  • Running SoapUI from the Command Line
  • Integration with external tools SoapUI & Eclipse
  • Analyzing test results with SoapUI Reporting
  • Customizing SoapUI Reports
  • Learning JasperReports Templates
  • Conclusion:
  • Recommended Book

    Book cover of Groovy in Action Groovy in Action introduces Groovy by example, presenting lots of reusable code while explaining the underlying concepts. Java developers new to Groovy find a smooth transition into the dynamic programming world. Groovy experts gain a solid reference that challenges them to explore Groovy deeply and creatively.



SoapUI Online Web Service Testing Course

Course Price: $399.00

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What you’ll learn:

SoapUI Web Services Testing Course

Familiar with :

Windows O/S:

Windows Professional 2000/03/08, XP, VISTA, Windows 7

Knowledge of :

Windows Explorer, DOS Commands, NotePad Editor

Understanding of Client Server & Web application is helpful

Knowledge of MS SQL Server Database ( RDBMS ) and SQL is helpful

Basic Programming ( C, C++, Java, Visual Basic, COBOL, Fortran, etc … ) concepts preferred but not required !


  • Duration1 Month
  • One month of live online Training.
  • Many hours of offline recorded video Training.
  • Live Sessions Plus 12 Months Videos Access.
  • 8.00 PM EST Each Session 120 Minutes.

Who should attend?

  • Manual testers
  • Managers
  • Software Test Engineers
  • System Administrators
  • Any aspirant testers in the making