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SOA 12c WebServices Testing inside JDeveloper 12c

One of the core benefits and focus of  SOA 12c is Developer Productivity. This is accomplished through easy-to-use, drag-and-drop features for rapidly assembling metadata-driven business applications.

Being able to test your web services early in the development process  is essential for incremental development. JDeveloper 12c  offers such functional from within the tool. The simplest way to test is to "right click" and "Run" your web service.

 And if you are using the integrated Oracle WebLogic Server , you might get the following Oracle Service Bus error:

This above error does no mean one cannot test, as the log files will indicate that testing can still be done from a browser. If you look in the log file you should find something similar to:

"The application can be accessed at
location:

http://127.0.0.1:7101/lwpfconsole/LoginRedirectServlet?p1=d2VibG9naWM=&p2=d2VsY29tZTE=&page=test_console&rtc_resourcetype=ProxyService&rtc_resourcename=ProcessOrderSB%2FProcessPS
"

If you prefer no to use the browser and continue doing your testing within JDeveloper. Try changing the integrated WebLogic Server configuration from using the IP address to "localhost"

Once this is done restart your integrated WebLogic Server, and "run" your web service as indicated ealier and you shound be able to see the intergrated test as indicated below:

Now i f you need to test your SOA Composites, have a look at "Automating Testing of SOA Composite Application"

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