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Tools for WebService Testing the BDD way

Thillai Sakthi
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Joined: Jun 17, 2000
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Hi John,

Are there any tool you discussed in your book ? Do you have any tool recommendation for web services testing the BDD way ?

Thank you

John Smart
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Joined: Aug 06, 2013
Posts: 33
Yes, there is/will be a chapter on testing web services. It's actually much easier than testing web interfaces, as it is much more focused on expected outcomes for given inputs. Personally I use the same tools as for other BDD testing: in Java I would use JBehave/Thucydides for the living documentation, and Jersey to talk to the web services. Of course it depends on your platform: in .NET you might use SpecFlow and your favourite .NET web service client library.
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