Adding Groovy Grape dependency management out-of-the-box

Status: New Idea
by ‎11-07-2016 09:28 AM - edited ‎11-07-2016 09:29 AM



Groovy Grape dependencies can be a nice alternative for adding Maven repository dependencies at runtime (as an example please see my blog article To enable Grape dependency management it is necessary to add the ivy jar to SoapUI's classpath (needs to go in the /lib folder, rather than the usual /bin/ext/), making it a bit less of a standard bolt-on.



It could be a nice improvement to add Ivy to the standard SoapUI distribution to enable Groovy Grape dependency management in Groovy TestSteps etc out-of-the-box.


I have tested including Ivy 2.4.0 as part of the current 5.2.2 source in GitHub and it appeared to work OK - not that I have everything of course.


If other people think this would be a nice feature, please vote for this request and I'll pick it up and submit the change for approval.





by Community Hero nmrao
on ‎11-07-2016 06:54 PM



Sorry to mention. This post is not allowing to add a kudo /vote. Says Authentication Failed. Appreciate your help.