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Is it possible to tell SOAP UI NG to output JDBC column names in upper case (pre-1.8.0 format)?

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lowds
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Is it possible to tell SOAP UI NG to output JDBC column names in upper case (pre-1.8.0 format)?

We have a some fairly large existing test projects that do a lot of assertions against database content, specifically content and XPath assertions and XPath queries to get data from the query result.

 

Prior to 1.8.0 the column names within the result of a database query would be output within XML elements that were all upper-case, 1.8.0 changes that due to SOAP-5676 being implemented; from the release notes "JDBC Request converted all received SQL column names to the upper case. (SOAP-5676)"

 

The problem is that this now breaks all of our content assertions and XPath due to the case being different... is there any way within 1.8 to tell SOAP UI NG to revert to using the old output format (all upper-case)?  If not then we face quite a bit of pain updating all of our assertions and XPath queries 😞

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MarcusJ
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Re: Is it possible to tell SOAP UI NG to output JDBC column names in upper case (pre-1.8.0 format)?

Hi,

 

Please download the 1.8.0 maintenance build in which column names are in upper case by default.  You can download the maintenance build from below link.

 

https://support.smartbear.com/downloads/readyapi/nightly-builds/

 

Regards,

Marcus

SmartBear Support 



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MarcusJ
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Re: Is it possible to tell SOAP UI NG to output JDBC column names in upper case (pre-1.8.0 format)?

Hi,

 

Please download the 1.8.0 maintenance build in which column names are in upper case by default.  You can download the maintenance build from below link.

 

https://support.smartbear.com/downloads/readyapi/nightly-builds/

 

Regards,

Marcus

SmartBear Support 



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