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SOAtest vs. SoapUI NG Pro?


I am in the process of selecting a tool for automating wsdl files. I wanted to know about the pros and cons of SOAtest, and also how it compares with SoapUI NG pro. 

Thanks and Regards,


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Software Development at Parasoft
22 June 15

it_user5421 - PeerSpot reviewer
Anonymous User at a wholesaler/distributor with 1,001-5,000 employees
02 February 15

I have not done a comparison between these tools. I would go with open source tools if there are any at this point. If you need virtuailization, then select your tool based on that criteria.

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User at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
27 January 15

I think the last version of neoload (Neoload5) is able to do this. See the NeoLoad 5.0 Technical Publications:

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Senior Software R&D Manager at Checkmarx
27 January 15

You may want to try LoadRunner, and particularly LoadRunner's Web Services protocol. It has full support for SOAP, WSDL and other related standards.

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QA Manager at a tech vendor
26 January 15

It depends on what kind of testing you want to perform,if it is basic webservice testing with less complexity,SOAP UI suits well.SOAP UI has many APIs, which to prepare automation framework .A development experience is required for that to some extent.In Parasoft SOAtest,very less scripting is required as it itself provides a automation framework.Its easy to use and can be used without any training, with the help of user guide.But again scripting is required for complex scenarios based on the project.

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26 January 15

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it_user105549 - PeerSpot reviewer
Senior QA Coordinator with 201-500 employees
26 January 15

In our case the Smart bear products did not pass our security requirements/criteria for a 3rd party load testing vendor.

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Hi, I have forwarded your request to our VP of sales in the US. His name is Michael Eckhoff. Regards, Remco
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