I just checked my link on the previous post to Mindreef’s site, and was suprised to see that the version just changed from 3.0 to 4.0 since I looked at the site last week. Copying & pasting a list of new features as I have not had time to look more carefully yet!
- SOAPscope Workspace: Gather Web services resources for a particular test or problem. Focus on the relevant resources viewing, testing, analyzing and annotating within the workspace environment.
- SOAPscope Packaging: Workspaces may be saved to a package file for archival and sharing. Use Packaging to create artifacts of your testing process or capture and share problems between customers, support, operations, test, and development.
- WSDL Closures: WSDL documents may reference other documents, which may also reference documents. The complete hierarchy is called a WSDL closure. SOAPscope 4.0 is the first tool that can compare, analyze or graphically view a WSDL closure.
- Testing Secure Services: WSDL Invoke and Message Resend can now utilize SSL client certificates for mutual authentication. WS-Security compliant user and password header info can be included when invoking or resending messages.
- Support for New Standards and Technologies: Industries first product to support test against the newest WS-I standards including the WS-I Basic Profile 1.1 and WS-I Attachments Profile 1.0. Attachments support includes features to test, debug and support services that employ SwA/MIME attachments.
- Eclipse 2.x/3.0 Plug-in Support: Use SOAPscope directly within the popular Eclipse IDE without having to leave the IDE. New support for Eclipse 2.x makes the plugin available to a broader audience.
- Improved Scalability: As the sophistication of Web Services increases customer demands on SOAPscope are scaling as well. Release 4.0 is tuned for better thoughput, memory utilization, reliability and performace to meet the growing demands of our customers.
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