Posts Tagged ‘SOAP’

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Introduction To SoapUI

A tool for Testing Web Services, including SOAP, RESTful, and HTTP-based services, is called SoapUI. With a commercial partner called ReadyAPI that offers further capabilities for businesses with mission-critical Web Services, SoapUI is an Open Source, totally Free solution. The de facto standard for API Service Testing is SoapUI, which has been downloaded more than […]

Quick Steps to Start Testing Salesforce SOAP API

To start testing Salesforce SOAP API with SoapUI, follow the quick steps below: Register a Salesforce developer account. Make sure to register a developer edition account from https://developer.salesforce.com/signup   Do not register from www.salesforce.com, as you won’t be able to ‘generate wsdls’ which will be needed in the next step. Reset Salesforce Security Token Login to the developer […]

Guidelines for Selecting the Right API Gateway for API Strategy

In the past couple months, we have seen rapid growth in the API business. Organizations that were stuck to traditional business models are now looking at API strategy as new source of revenue and opportunities. Most of the organizations are either looking into an API strategy or have already started planning. It’s clear that no one wants […]

Integrating IBM Integration Bus with DataPower XC10 – (REST APIs)

Introduction In this article we will discuss about how you can achieve the integration between IBM Integration Bus (IIB) and WebSphere DataPower XC10 (XC10) using the REST APIs functionality of XC10 devices. Since the release of the V9, IIB can now connect to an external data grid cache to improve SOA’s services performance by the […]