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My wife asked what "Soapy" was on my laptop. She was referring to SoapUI, but told me the U must be silent ;)
Have you ever been so frustrated with a problem that you almost posted a question to Stackoverflow.com just to find your answer minutes later?
Which reminds me, I need to comment on that thread where I found my answer. It wasn't entirely correct...4
SOAP UI changed their icon in the latest update,
Still don't get the need of that
and i still remember the icon change of VS Code which was reverted shortly after1
Had to work with SoapUI and accidentally taught myself Groovy.
I found Groovy a very nice language to work with. I've always wanted to do things with the JVM but still don't fully comprehend Java's OOP and stuffs. In which domain is Groovy used widely or intensively? Would anyone recommend me to learn it further?5
tldr: i take pride of our code! It hurts when someone calls it wrong when i know it was right.
So there was this integrations team that are trying to connect to our api. This team has been throwing different people to work with us. We even taught them how to use postman/soapui with ssl, even to the point that we search stackoverflow to resolve their code-level issues and left us halfway, then came back again repeating all process. A year passed, they came back with the same issue... now all answer that they get from us was to “review past conversation”, Today, they insist that we repeat ssl onboarding process as they are having issues with their current one, we insisted not to do it, and told them we (including them) can proceed without changing the client ssl. And told them we had a snippet sent to resolve their issues, but instead told us in a rude way, our sample is wrong. I was challenged to prove that we can make it work by eod. With their wrong sense of pride as theyve been working for that issue for long, they started throwing tantrums on us, saying that we do not need to make them feel that they do not know what their doing. man! Cmon, its you who requested that snippet few years back, then you tell us you dont need it as it is not working, in the first place, it is not our job to code for you asses,...i left the channel after. it was escalated quickly to management and accounts team(those people who only cares for traffic/money).. asked to return to the channel, spoonfed the details to them, provided a working snippet and left again.not sure what happened next.,. I hope this started a fire on our management to handle such incompetence.
Did any test use parasoft for automated API testing before? Is it a good tool used for API test automation? Never heard that since I usually use SoapUI or Postman.4