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Problem in integration of Ready! API with Maven.

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Problem in integration of Ready! API with Maven.

I need to integrate Ready! API with Maven.



I have tried with ready-api-soapui-ng plugin in my pom.xml




<plugin>


          <groupId>com.smartbear</groupId>


          <artifactId>ready-api-soapui-ng</artifactId>


          <version>1.0.0</version>


</plugin>



But it is throwing following error:



Failed to parse plugin descriptor for com.smartbear:ready-api-soapui-ng:1.0.0 (D:\JavaLibs\.m2\repository\com\smartbear\ready-api-soapui-ng\1.0.0\ready-api-soapui-ng-1.0.0.jar): No plugin descriptor found at META-INF/maven/plugin.xml



Please help me to solve this problem.

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RE: Problem in integration of Ready! API with Maven.

Hi,



Unfortunately, we do not have a maven plugin for SoapUI Pro NG.   I will bring this to the attention of the development team to get more information on this.





Regards,

Marcus

SmartBear Support


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RE: Problem in integration of Ready! API with Maven.

Hi,



We do have a Ready! API maven plugin now.  Please use the following artifact in your POM file.



<groupId>com.smartbear</groupId>

 <artifactId>ready-api-maven-plugin</artifactId>

 <version>1.1.0</version>​





Regards,

Marcus


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RE: Problem in integration of Ready! API with Maven.


When I use the new 1.1.0 version, I'm getting issues when I try and run on a remote client.  Before with SoapUI, we could develop with the Pro version local, then have automated runs trigger with Jenkins/Maven on a remote server on a schedule and that used the soapui-pro jar.



Now with the new readyapi jar, I'm getting this error on the remote server (not local, of course) 



No valid SoapUIPro license exists.
Do you want to install a license? [y/N]: [pool-1-thread-1 for channel] ERROR....

Is there a way to let this run remote still?

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Re: RE: Problem in integration of Ready! API with Maven.

Hi,

 

You will need an activated license for the user account you are running the maven plugin with.  Did you activate a license for the user account that is running Ready API locally?  You can do online license activation with <Ready API install>\bin\testrunner.

 

 

Regards,

Marcus

SmartBear Support



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Re: RE: Problem in integration of Ready! API with Maven.

Hi,

 

how do i activate licence for the maven plugin for ReadyAPI ?

 

edit: found http://readyapi.smartbear.com/licenses/activate/jenkins_licenses

 

Does it mean i need to have separate ReadyAPI Pro licence for jenkins?

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Re: RE: Problem in integration of Ready! API with Maven.

I am not sure if you have already resolved this issue or not but I recently encounter with this issue and the solution which i found was in Jenkins by default you are logged in as local user, sign in with your credential and you will be all set.

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Re: RE: Problem in integration of Ready! API with Maven.

We have a farm of Jenkins slaves where my tests would run on random , so does thi smean I need ReadyAPI licenses on all the servers?

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Re: RE: Problem in integration of Ready! API with Maven.

Can you please elaborate this little bit because I am also blocked now with this issue . 

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Re: RE: Problem in integration of Ready! API with Maven.

@zqx031 yes, you need to install Ready! API license on each slave.

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