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Short Description
Run SoapUI Tests through a Docker container
Full Description

Docker SoapUI

Docker container that houses a configurable version of SoapUI and runs test suites / cases

How to Use

Run the container

$ docker run -d -p 3000:3000 ddavison/soapui

Run tests

With this container running, you can now fire off SoapUI tests by sending the SoapUI project file
forwards the 3000 port to the container.

$ curl --form "project=@/path/to/soapui-project.xml" \
       --form "suite=TestSuite" \
       http://localhost:3000

Develop/Test

I use Vagrant to mimic the environment of Docker.

$ vagrant up
$ vagrant ssh
# sudo -i
# cd /vagrant
# ./server.py

Continuous Integration / Response Codes

After the tests are ran, you will receive the stdout and stderr from the SoapUI test runner,
as well as an HTTP status code to determine the result of the test run.

Response Codes

Code Message Description
200 OK All SoapUI Tests ran successfully and passed
550 Test Failure(s) You have failures in the SoapUI Test suite / cases. You can check the content of the request to determine what failed
551 No Suite You did not specify the suite POST parameter with the name of the suite you wanted to run
552 No SoapUI Project You did not specify the project POST parameter with the proper SoapUI XML data. Remember: This needs to be the actual file itself sent as multipart/form-data. E.g: curl -F "data=@the-soapui-project.xml"
500 Internal Server Error An exception occured while running the SoapUI Tests
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Comments (6)
rprarnaud
11 days ago

Hello!

Does it support TestSuite that requires certificate from a keystore?

Cheers!

AR

hollligan
6 months ago

respect!

jhambpiyush
8 months ago

I'm trying to use your image for my tests and want to generate my own Dockerfile, what I written in Dockerfile is:
FROM ddavison/soapui
EXPOSE 3000
RUN /bin/sh cd <go to my test dir> \
curl <command to run my soap suite tests>

and my after build, I tried to run my image using :
docker run -d -p <my Local Image Id>

But nothing happened, although without creating my image I was able to run tests successfully using base image. Can you please help.

jefurbee
a year ago

Got this to work quickly as documented. Thanks!
Is there a way using the curl command to run the Load Test that is defined within the suite?

appextest
a year ago

what issue you are facing?

priyadarshi035
a year ago

I have some issues regarding dockerising this image.Can Anyone please help on this.
----------Peter--------
priyadarshi035@gmail.com