Hey there guys,
I wonder if it's possible to somehow configure soapUI with activeMQ? That would be awesome and save me alot of time. As everyone know it's not easy to find new tools and learn from the begin.
What I want to do is use service in soapUI NG pro which is going through activeMQ, i heard about "HermesJMS" but I'm not sure if this app is still available and serviced.
I have both request and response service in JSON, I would like to load requests and answers in my soapUI ng pro and make some steps for requests and answers... Well I think it will be pain in the ass, but I have to try, thanks in advance guys for sharing your ideas, I really appreciate that, cheers.
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Could use some more specific details on your use case.
Do you have a service that you use SoapUI to test, and that service writes to ActiveMQ? Are you looking for a way to build something in SoapUI to query/test that your service wrote successfully to ActiveMQ?
@msiadakExactly I've got service which writes to activeMQ, and I'm looking for way to build tunnel between soapUI and activeMQ, for example I have requests , and I can send it to activeMQ(server) from queue to specific topic, but that's not the point.
I want to be able to send such requests with soapUI, and also I would like to be able to read results of send requests 😐 Well it sounds complicated but I would be really happy if it's possible..
@nmraoCommunication of service takes place using activeMQ server, using queue and topic, send data to queue and receive on topic.
I send a request via activeMQ with JSON, and receives a response from with JSON, that is such a protocol.
Is it possible to send such requests via soapUI Ng pro? And also integrate with activeMQ so I can listen to what is posted on the activeMQ topic? If yes that would be great, thank you for your time ;d, perhaps I'm missing something.
Thank you guys for the support
@Emil91: I don't think there will be a native way to do this in SoapUI. Rather, you will likely need to write a groovy script that can interface with ActiveMQ and its consoles. A quick google search shows people have done this previously with groovy and there are examples out there.
Here's one that uses JMX and groovy to query ActiveMQ: Listing ActiveMQ queues
The above example seems to list queues, but I am not 100% sure you can read from a queue without popping the message. I am not sure if that would be feasible for a test or not.
@nmraoWell this are the protocols supported by activeMQ :
So seems like in my case I have to send REST over JMS(activeMQ) 😐 I'm afraid it's impossible to do in soapUI? Can't find many posts on google.. thx in advance for answer, cheers.