SoapUI Open Source 5.2
Major New Features
- You can use 4 new JSONPath-based assertions:
- JsonPath Count - Calculates the number of element occurrences in a JSON response.
- JsonPath Existence Match - Extracts data from a JSON response and compares it with an expected value.
- JsonPath Match - Checks if a JSON response contains specific node.
- JsonPath RegEx Match - Extracts data from a JSON response and verifies it with a regular expression.
You can find the new assertions in the Add Assertions dialog, in the Property Content assertion group.
- You can create new empty projects (in earlier versions, projects had to be based on WSDL or WADL, or URI).
- New look inspired by Ready! API.
- Support for Java 6 has been dropped.
To run SoapUI, now you need to have Java 7 on your computer.
The SoapUI installation package includes Java 7 modules,
so if you use the installer, you do not have to download and install additional files.
- Old-style icons have been replaced with newer icons.
The SoapUI installation package includes the following plugins:
- MQTT plugin - Enables IOT testing of MQTT services.
- Swagger plugin - Enables loading and saving of Swagger interface descriptions.
- AlertSite UXM plugin - Enables distributed monitoring of APIs.
- The JMS Timeout assertion did not work.
- SoapUI failed to find attachments specified by 'xop:Include href'.
- SoapUI failed to load plugins when you run tests with testrunner.bat and the current directory differed from \bin.
- In the Property Transfer test step editor, it was possible to add two items with the same name to the Transfers list.
- When you resized the "Contain" assertion edit window, the text in that window did not resize appropriately.
- The Overview tab of the REST Interface editor displayed "WSDL Definition" instead of "WADL Definition".
- There was a misprint in the SoapUI Preferences > WSDL Settings screen.