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Question on Valid HTTP Status Codes Assertion (Deprecated)

Hellotest
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Question on Valid HTTP Status Codes Assertion (Deprecated)

Hello , 

Need some clarification on Valid HTTP status codes assertion deprecating , here is the link in Ready API documents.

https://support.smartbear.com/readyapi/docs/testing/assertions/reference/compliance/http-valid.html

 

Presently updated to 3.20.1 , it latest version.

While adding Rest Request  , I still observe Valid Https status code as assertion there by default. So please clarify , how it is deprecated, I know there is support for awhile but we should not be given option to add new ones ? 

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mattb
Staff

Hi,

Its as we expand and improve our assertions some will be (Deprecated).

You are correct the assertion is going no where soon. But to answer your question, the smart assertion is now used in its place.
https://support.smartbear.com/readyapi/docs/testing/assertions/reference/property/smart-assertion.ht...

 

The smart assertion allows you to add multiple validations at once, not only on received data, but metadata as well. 

Best,
Matt

sonya_m
SmartBear Alumni (Retired)

Thanks a lot, Matt!

@Hellotest does this answer your question? Please let the community know!

 


Sonya Mihaljova
Community and Education Specialist

Thanks Matt and Sonya.

But my question is when we know HTTP Status code assertion is going to get deprecated then why is check box enabled by default when we are adding new requests.

Each time do I have to uncheck it before adding new Request ?

 

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