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Testing tools for OData services

Hi all,

I managed to get my oData services up and running on my local/Cloud HANA server, using Olingo libraries and JPA.

Now I'd like to test my services. I can test the queries from the browser and from multiple clients found on the web.

However PUT/POST requests require to type in manually the body, and this is really time-consuming.

As a consequence, I'm looking for any tool which could generate POST/PUT request body for oData (much like XMLSpy/soapUI does for SOAP)

There is no SAP NW Gateway in my landscape so it is not an option, I'd like a desktop tool or browser plugin

Does anyone know whether such a tool exists?

Thanks, Regards

Vincenzo

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    Posted on Dec 10, 2013 at 06:21 PM

    unfortunately, none found up to now.

    Regards

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    Posted on Apr 07, 2016 at 10:02 PM

    I am using OyeData with Burp to intercept the request (to add the authentication cookies).

    Oyedata | McAfee Free Tools

    I tried on SoapUI as well but it does not get the expected result as mentioned in Stack Overflow, Maybe I don't know how to configure it.

    Regards,

    Benedict

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