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In SoapUI how to create multiple REST Requests via groovy script?

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In SoapUI how to create multiple REST Requests via groovy script?

Hi Experts,

 

I have a bunch of REST request messages in text format. Is there a way to import them to a SoapUI project?

I want to import them and add as "Test Request" Test Step to an existing Test Case.

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Re: In SoapUI how to create multiple REST Requests via groovy script?

Hey @Sarita 

 

you cant just import a bunch of REST requests in text form - BUT - if your REST apis are described in a .wadl file (equivalent to a SOAP Services .wsdl), you can create a project from the .wadl and this will do what you need.

 

Cheers,

 

rich

 

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Re: In SoapUI how to create multiple REST Requests via groovy script?

Hi @richie,

Thank you for your reply. 

I am using REST API URI to create a Project in SoapUI. our REST API's are not described in a .wadl format. I am looking for a groovy script to create multiple requests. Trying the below groovy script, but I am getting error in my code: Looks like I am missing something in my code.

 

import com.eviware.soapui.impl.rest.actions.method.NewRestRequestAction ;

// get the current testCase to add testSteps later
def tc = testRunner.testCase;
// get the REST TestStep as template to create the other requests
def tsTemplate = tc.getTestStepByName("Request 1");
// create the test step factory to use later
def testStepFactory = new NewRestRequestAction();

// now get all the request from a specific location...

def directory = new File("D:/.............................../")
// for each file in the directory
directory.eachFile{ file ->
// use file name as test step name
def testStepName = file.getName()
// create the config
def testStepConfig = testStepFactory.createConfig( tsTemplate.getTestRequest(), testStepName)
// add the new testStep to TestCase
def newTestStep = tc.insertTestStep( testStepConfig, -1 )
// set the request from the file content
newTestStep.getTestRequest().setRequestContent(file.getText())
}

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