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Hi all,

I have a Java app which call Rest Services (DELETE, POST, GET), the app is small. In order to gain in simplicity and make a clear difference between the business logic and the calls to the different rest services I have use external Powershels which I call when I need them.

Do you think it is a good approach?

On the other hand I want to use Rest Assured to validate the status of the rest result(Ok,200,...)

Is maybe a better option to use RestAssured for both functionalities?

Regards, Isaac
 
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Which are the main use of RestAssured? It is just to test the return status of a REST service, or also offers another functionalities?
 
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Particularly,  how I could use REST-Assured for test automation.
 
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I found a good link to learn about it

https://www.swtestacademy.com/rest-assured-tutorial-api-testing/
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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