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SOAP UI: Assert JSON response parameter with 2 possible values

Hi

I have use case where in response, I am getting code as a parameter where possible values may be 110 and 200

 

I applied Script assertion as below

But it does not work. Can you please help me here. 

import groovy.json.*
def response = context.expand( '${Hit SMS Request#Response}' )

def parsed = new JsonSlurper().parseText(response)

def smscode = parsed.code.toString()

if (smscode=="110" || "200")
{
log.info "Pass"

}
else
{
log.info "Fail"

}
assert smscode.contains('110' || '200')

 

  • Hi,

     

    Assuming that smscode actually is value from the response you're searching for, then the 'if' needs to be modified.

    You could try a log.info on smscode before the 'if' to check.

    The If should look like....

    if ((smscode=="110") || (smscode=="200"))

     

    The string.contains method only accepts a single string, not an expression.

     

    You could turn this around and do something like....

    assert '110,200'.contains(smscode);

     

    Or, seeing as you have used the IF to check the string already, assign the result of the IF and assert that, e.g. 

    def result = '';
    
    if ((smscode=="110") || (smscode=="200"))
    {
        result = "Pass";
    }
    else
    {
        result = "Fail";
    }
    
    log.info("Result is ${result}.");
    
    // Assert the result from the IF.
    assert result == "Pass";

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  • ChrisAdams's avatar
    ChrisAdams
    Champion Level 3

    Hi,

     

    Assuming that smscode actually is value from the response you're searching for, then the 'if' needs to be modified.

    You could try a log.info on smscode before the 'if' to check.

    The If should look like....

    if ((smscode=="110") || (smscode=="200"))

     

    The string.contains method only accepts a single string, not an expression.

     

    You could turn this around and do something like....

    assert '110,200'.contains(smscode);

     

    Or, seeing as you have used the IF to check the string already, assign the result of the IF and assert that, e.g. 

    def result = '';
    
    if ((smscode=="110") || (smscode=="200"))
    {
        result = "Pass";
    }
    else
    {
        result = "Fail";
    }
    
    log.info("Result is ${result}.");
    
    // Assert the result from the IF.
    assert result == "Pass";