SOAP Module

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Module for testing SOAP WSDL web services. Send requests and check if response matches the pattern.

This module can be used either with frameworks or PHPBrowser. It tries to guess the framework is is attached to. If a endpoint is a full url then it uses PHPBrowser.

Using Inside Framework

Please note, that PHP SoapServer::handle method sends additional headers. This may trigger warning: "Cannot modify header information" If you use PHP SoapServer with framework, try to block call to this method in testing environment.

Status

  • Maintainer: davert
  • Stability: stable
  • Contact: codecept@davert.mail.ua

Configuration

  • endpoint required - soap wsdl endpoint

Public Properties

  • request - last soap request (DOMDocument)
  • response - last soap response (DOMDocument)

Actions

dontSeeSoapResponseContainsXPath

Checks XML response doesn't contain XPath locator

<?php
$I->dontSeeSoapResponseContainsXPath('//root/user[@id=1]');
?>
  • param $xpath

dontSeeSoapResponseEquals

Checks XML response equals provided XML. Comparison is done by canonicalizing both xml`s.

Parameter can be passed either as XmlBuilder, DOMDocument, DOMNode, XML string, or array (if no attributes).

  • param $xml

dontSeeSoapResponseIncludes

Checks XML response does not include provided XML. Comparison is done by canonicalizing both xml`s. Parameter can be passed either as XmlBuilder, DOMDocument, DOMNode, XML string, or array (if no attributes).

  • param $xml

getName

not documented

grabAttributeFrom

Finds and returns attribute of element. Element is matched by either CSS or XPath

  • version 1.1
  • param $cssOrXPath
  • param $attribute
  • return string

grabTextContentFrom

Finds and returns text contents of element. Element is matched by either CSS or XPath

  • version 1.1
  • param $cssOrXPath
  • return string

haveSoapHeader

Prepare SOAP header. Receives header name and parameters as array.

Example:

<?php
$I->haveSoapHeader('AuthHeader', array('username' => 'davert', 'password' => '123345'));

Will produce header:

   <soapenv:Header>
     <SessionHeader>
     <AuthHeader>
         <username>davert</username>
         <password>12345</password>
     </AuthHeader>
  </soapenv:Header>
  • param $header
  • param array $params

seeResponseCodeIs

Checks response code from server.

  • param $code

seeSoapResponseContainsStructure

Checks XML response contains provided structure. Response elements will be compared with XML provided. Only nodeNames are checked to see elements match.

Example:

<?php

$I->seeResponseContains("<user><query>CreateUser<name>Davert</davert></user>");
$I->seeSoapResponseContainsStructure("<query><name></name></query>");
?>

Use this method to check XML of valid structure is returned. This method does not use schema for validation. This method does not require path from root to match the structure.

  • param $xml

seeSoapResponseContainsXPath

Checks XML response with XPath locator

<?php
$I->seeSoapResponseContainsXPath('//root/user[@id=1]');
?>
  • param $xpath

seeSoapResponseEquals

Checks XML response equals provided XML. Comparison is done by canonicalizing both xml`s.

Parameters can be passed either as DOMDocument, DOMNode, XML string, or array (if no attributes).

Example:

<?php
$I->seeSoapResponseEquals("<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?><SOAP-ENV:Envelope><SOAP-ENV:Body><result>1</result></SOAP-ENV:Envelope>");

$dom = new \DOMDocument();
$dom->load($file);
$I->seeSoapRequestIncludes($dom);
  • param $xml

seeSoapResponseIncludes

Checks XML response includes provided XML. Comparison is done by canonicalizing both xml`s. Parameter can be passed either as XmlBuilder, DOMDocument, DOMNode, XML string, or array (if no attributes).

Example:

<?php
$I->seeSoapResponseIncludes("<result>1</result>");
$I->seeSoapRequestIncludes(\Codeception\Utils\Soap::response()->result->val(1));

$dom = new \DDOMDocument();
$dom->load('template.xml');
$I->seeSoapRequestIncludes($dom);
?>
  • param $xml

sendSoapRequest

Submits request to endpoint.

Requires of api function name and parameters. Parameters can be passed either as DOMDocument, DOMNode, XML string, or array (if no attributes).

You are allowed to execute as much requests as you need inside test.

Example:

$I->sendRequest('UpdateUser', '<user><id>1</id><name>notdavert</name></user>');
$I->sendRequest('UpdateUser', \Codeception\Utils\Soap::request()->user
  ->id->val(1)->parent()
  ->name->val('notdavert');
  • param $request
  • param $body

 

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