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HTTP: Post, Get and Head

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HTTP: Post, Get and Head

I'm not connecting to a web service per se. Instead I'm connecting to an application that is expecting a Get and Post request on a specific port.

Can I still use this application? I don't have an WSDL to import.

If this is possible, is there a tutorial around for this feature?
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Re: HTTP: Post, Get and Head

Hi,

yes, you can use the REST feature or just create standalone HTTP Request Steps in a testcase, have a look at http://www.eviware.com/blogs/oleblog/?p=11 which should get you started..

regards!

/Ole
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