SoapUI Project Window

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The project window is opened by double-clicking the project node in the navigator; it contains a number of tabs with project-scoped settings and data:


Overview Tab

The overview tab contains general data on the contained project and allows the specification of a project description, project-level properties and several event scripts that can be used to enrich your project.

Subtab Contents  
Description -  
Properties -  
Load Script Called after the project has been loaded. This can be used to for example initiate some session specific data, endpoints, et c.  
Save Script Called before the project is being saved, allowing you to perform custom cleanup tasks, for example removing passwords or test items, etc.  
Report Script called when generating a Project Report  

TestSuites Tab

TestSuites Tab shows all functional TestSuites in the Project (see

Subtab Contents  
Setup Script -  
Teardown Script -  
TestSuite Log -  

WS-Security Configurations Tab

WS-Security Configurations tab manages project-level WS-Security configurations for SOAP-bases Web Services. (see

Subtab Contents  
Outgoing Configurations -  
Incoming Configurations -  
Keystores -  
Truststores -  

Security Scan Defaults Tab

The Security Scan Defaults tab contains Sensitive Information Tokens for the project.

Requirements Tab

The Requirements tab manages project requirements. (see |

Subtab Contents  
TestCases -  
Links -  
Description -

JDBC Connections Tab

The JDBC Connections tab manages project level JDBC connections that can be used in multiple scenarios (see |

Reporting Tab

| Reporting | manages both global and project-level report templates and parameters (see |

Subtab Contents  
Available Reports -  
Subreports -  
Report Details (Shown for Available reports and Subreports)  
Templates -  
Parameters -

Events tab

The Events tab manages project-level event-handlers that can be used to enhance most aspects of test execution (see |

Environments tab

The Environments tab manages project-level environments for easy switching between different sets of SOAP and REST services, properties and database connections.

(see |