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yogendra mishra
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Does anybody can suggest a Concept to measure the accuracy of a web service.By accuracy i mean the service correctly performs its intended tasks.Is there any tool in java.
 
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You can look at soapui.

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Wouter Oet wrote:You can look at soapui.

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Thank you very much.But as it is an open source can i get the source code of the same.My question is how i by myself would going to do all the work that this tool does.
 
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Well, which is it?

1. a tool for examining the response of a SOAP service to ensure it is doing what is is supposed to - ie SOAPui or TCPMON

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how i by myself would going to do all the work that this tool does.


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William Brogden wrote:Well, which is it?

1. a tool for examining the response of a SOAP service to ensure it is doing what is is supposed to - ie SOAPui or TCPMON

-or-

2.
how i by myself would going to do all the work that this tool does.


Bill


Actually i want to implement the service mocking facility of the soapui software.I want to determine the service parameters automatically to call the service.
http://www.soapui.org/Getting-Started/mock-services.html
 
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If you are determined to write your own, the standard Java library has all you need to do this.

Essentially you create ports and Threads so that your client talks to a utility on one set of localhost ports and the utility relays byte by byte to the web service on the real IP and port address.

Almost ten years ago, before TCPMON and SOAPui, I wrote a simple utility to do this for my now seriously out of date book on SOAP. You could download that source for inspiration if you like.

Bill
 
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