Latest Release Notes
SoapUI Open Source 5.7.0
Released 12th January 2021
The new release includes support for GraphQL APIs and offers other improvements that make API testing more convenient and powerful.
Now you can test GraphQL services. To do this, use the new GraphQL Request test step. To learn more, see GraphQL Testing.
SmartBear introduces a pre-configured Docker image, so now you can run SoapUI functional tests in isolated Docker containers.
Built-in OpenAPI (Swagger) support
Now, to work with OpenAPI/Swagger definitions, you do not need to use plugins. SoapUI supports it out-of-the-box. Additionally, we've improved integrations with SwaggerHub to make it even more convenient.
Support for OpenJDK 16.
Now, SoapUI opens a response editor that matches the response content type. For example, it opens JSON editor if response has JSON content.
We've updated a number of third-party libraries, including the following:
Now, SoapUI Open Source stores log files to the <User Directory>/.soapuios/logs directory. Previously, they were stored in the SoapUI installation directory, which could cause issues on Windows computers.
A new feature by modax: Now, you can run SoapUI Open Source build from the Travis-CI.
When proxy is set to None, usage of the
ProxySelector class leads to the
The value of the Start Step property of the SOAP Mock Response could reset to the default value in some cases.
A bug fix by stevendjames: When you used Query/Match filter in the SOAP Mock Response test step, the
ClassCastException could occur.
A bug fix by MagnoCorrea: Names of the exported WSDL definitions with schema references could be too long. Now, such names are shorter and easier to work with.
A bug fix by stevann7: REST mock services did not show details of the message when you double-click it in the Message Log panel.
A bug fix by modax: In some cases, when you assigned a new endpoint to requests with the specific endpoint in the Service Endpoints panel, SoapUI did not apply it.
A bug fix by clynton: The
NullPointerException could occur if you did not add the
runBeforeSteps event listener to the project.