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Take a look at the External tool which allows you to invoke external scripts/tools. You could write your Powershell commands in a .ps1 or batch file and invoke it using SOAtest.6
Have you tried enabling the databank or transformer option to "Extract empty elements as" ?
Admittedly, the "Extract missing elements as" option may not work as well for you. You may need to use the XLST tool to handle missing elements.1
Good morning sbritton,
Unfortunately, we won't be able to parameterize values in a database data source.
However, we can certainly use parameterization in a db tool and pass the values from the db tool through the assertor. The setup may look like the following:
I recommend making a copy of your working setup prior to trying this one1
Yes, the xpath may not evaluate successfully in the result window, but it will parameterize as expected during run time. Run your test with this updated setup and verify the result.1
There are a few ways to set this up, but the quickest way is to attach a Diff tool to the Response-Transport-Header Output:
Copy/paste the header structure that is expected in the Diff tool.
Run the client. You will likely get an error in the Quality task indicating the header Date/time has changed. Therefore, we can ignore this header by right-clicking the task and selecting "Ignore Difference".