Integration testing tools
Integration testing tools are used to test the interface between modules and find the bugs; these bugs may happen because of the multiple modules integration. The main objective of these tools is to make sure that the specific modules are working as per the client's needs. To construct integration testing suites, we will use these tools.
Some of the most used integration testing tools are as follows:
It is the most commonly used integration testing tool, which is a test framework and written in the Java programming language. It is used to take the request and respond to both server-side and client-side. It is used to authenticate the XML, JSON files. It supports multiple protocols such as HTTP, JMS, and SOAP to achieve end-to-end use case testing.
Feature of Citrus
It is an open-source tool that does not need separate installation, we need to download the java jar file, and we can use it directly. It is written in Java language and supports another programming language such as Python, C++, C#, Ruby, and so on.
With the help of this tool, we can get a quick response from the users.
Features of FitNesse
It is an essential tool for integration testing that is used to execute the integration and unit testing for the embedded software. It will take care of the whole test organization along with the requirements, traceability, test management, and the coverage measurement.
TESSY helps us to find the code coverage of an application. With the help of CTE (classification of tree editor), we can design the test cases. And we can edit the test data by using TDE (test data Editor).
Features of TESSY
Following are the standard features of TESSY tool:
Features of Protractor
Rational Integration Tester
Previously it is known as a Green hat, but now it is acquired by IBM and known as rational integration tester. It gives the scripting free environment for developing business process integration projects and tests for SOA messaging. It belongs to a rational test workbench.
This tool provides the cost-productive test environments that enable clients to test application early during the development life cycle. With the help of this tool, we can avoid the integration issues by using iterative and agile development process.
Features of Rational Integration Tester