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ReadyApi missing Plugins

I running version 3.1.0 of ReadyApi due to company restrictions. When I try to browse the Plugin repository i plugin manager the list is empty. 

This raise 2 questions:

- is the installation corrupt or may it be because of firewall settings.. (Is the repository local on my machine or does it reside on smartbear.com)

 

- is there a way to download plugins manually and then load them via "Load plugin from file.."

 

regards

Per 

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Re: ReadyApi missing Plugins

The list of available plugins is fetched by the plugin manager. If your Ready! API is unable to retreive the plugin list it will be empty, as in your case.

 

The plugin list is located here: http://productextensions.s3.amazonaws.com/SoapUI-Plugins/availablePlugins.json

It contains links to the plugins so you can download them manually.

Regards
Joel Jonsson
SmartBear Stockholm Developer
Occasional Contributor

Re: ReadyApi missing Plugins

Thank you for your answer.

The description works for the Jira plugin but when I try to download the Git plugin I get a zip-file in which I cannot fins any plugin file.

How do I download/install the GIT plugin ?

 

Per

Staff

Re: ReadyApi missing Plugins

The Git plugin is located at http://productextensions.s3.amazonaws.com/SoapUI-Plugins/ready-api-git-plugin-1.0.1.jar

I think you should have at least Ready! API 1.3.1 to use it though.

Regards
Joel Jonsson
SmartBear Stockholm Developer
Occasional Contributor

Re: ReadyApi missing Plugins

Thanx

After renaming the .zip-file to .jar I could load the plugin ok.

If it works with 1.3.0 or not is another matter.

Closing this

 

Regards

Per

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