Re: How to mock an HTTP Status with specific codes
Ok. Thanks for the post and information, that is very useful information.
The client I am interfacing to, returns fault codes as if they were status codes. For example: a 200 is obviously good, but they will return different status codes, based on the quality of the response. So a 2xx means the data is good, but is expiring soon. A 2yy means the data is good, but has outstanding claims. A 2zz means the data is good, but is on hold (obviously, the xx, yy, and zz stand for numeric values, but I don't have them in front of me right now).
Where most SOAP servers will return a data related status code inside of the data, this particular one ,decided to put their data related status codes as http status codes.
I'll be the first to say I think that is bad programming practice, but that's the situation that I am dealing with.
I was simply trying to make SOAP responses in Soap UI that mimick the data packets that will be coming from the vedor, so that I can put together good ETE testing of all of the conditions that we expect to get.