In the first two parts(part 1 and part 2) of this series we have seen how to use SoapUI to write functional tests for web services and also how to use Groovy for test setup, properties transfer, and assertions. As we have already said, tests should be integrated with your builds and should be able to be run with them. If you have automated your builds and they are running as part of your continuous integration (CI) setup, SoapUI comes in even handier: you can run the test suites and the test cases you created and, moreover, you can generate JUnit reports.
This part of the series guides you step-by-step through the Ant tasks for running tests written using SoapUI, generating JUnit reports, integrating with CI, and to top it all off getting code coverage using Cobertura. When you are done with this part, you will be able to reap the benefits of writing tests, continuous integration, and code coverage.
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Functional Web Services Testing Made Easy with SoapUI - Part 3