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Implementing Oracle Integration Cloud Service by Phil Wilkins, Robert van Mölken

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Invoke SOAP endpoint using SoapUI

The tool we are using for testing our SOAP endpoints, published by ICS, is SoapUI from Smartbear. We are using the open source edition of SoapUI to simulate our flight tracking and incident system that would normally call this endpoint SoapUI can be used for functional testing of SOAP and REST API, but also supports other protocols, such as JMS and JDBC. If you do not already use this tool then you can download the latest version of SoapUI open source from https://www.soapui.org and install the software using the installer.

Open SoapUI, by starting the application using the executable (Windows) or shell script (Linux). With our WSDL endpoint URL, we can create a new SOAP project. This can be done through the

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