A while back I was asked by the people from Electric Cloud if I would be interested in participating in a panel to talk about Orchestrating Enterprise Software Development as a part of their Continuous Discussions series. I thought it was a very cool idea and of course said yes. The questions we talked about where things like What does your test matrix look like? How do you define the Continue ReadingContinuous Discussions: Orchestrating Enterprise Software Development Testing→
When I was at Xebicon this year I saw a talk from Dave Farley. At 26 minutes or so he starts talking about Domain Specific Languages. Making an abstraction layer on top of your system where your tests run against so when the underlying system changes, you only have to adjust your layer in between instead of all the tests. This idea got me thinking of how we could be Continue ReadingAutomated acceptance testing using Fitnesse, Java and the OSB→
This year Xebicon organised their annual congress in de Westergasfabriek in Amsterdam. A venue I usually experience in the dark so this was a nice chance. Topics this year where Continuous Delivery, Microservices, Software development, Big Data Analysis, Agile, Datacenter automation, IoT and Test automation. The keynote was done by two agile coaches, Kristian Lindwall and Anders Ivarsson, from the Spotify company. They explained how they implemented agile in their Continue ReadingXebicon 2015→
We all know and love the great freeware tool SoapUI to test web and rest services and do other nifty groovy stuff. You can build big testsuites to make sure your software keeps running and the keeps working the way you want it to work. When building these testsuites you often do the same calls because to need to retrieve data and get all the things you need to build Continue ReadingReference another project in SoapUI→
I have made a previous post about connecting to an AD using Java here. In another setup I want to connect to an AD using Groovy as we can use this in SoapUI. Lets say you have made an AccountManagingService which creates account in an AD for you. Now you want a way to test this service using SoapUI. The first thing you do is to make a testcase in Continue ReadingUsing Groovy to connect to Active Directory→
This is a very short post on how you can test your webservices build in the OSB or SOA Suite. We are going to use SoapUI for our tests, Maven for our build process, SVN as our repository and Jenkins as our Continuous Integration server. First we need a service which we want to test. Lets use a very simple Hello service. All this service does is greet the user. Continue ReadingUsing Jenkins to test your OSB/SOA Suite services→
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