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What kind of Java do you need for karate?
If you are a Java developer – Karate requires Java 8 (at least version 1.8.0_112 or greater) and then either Maven, Gradle, Eclipse or IntelliJ to be installed. Note that Karate works fine on OpenJDK. Any Java version from 8-12 is supported.
Is there an open source tool like Karate?
Karate is the only open-source tool to combine API test-automation, mocks, performance-testing and even UI automation into a single, unified framework. The BDD syntax popularized by Cucumber is language-neutral, and easy for even non-programmers.
Which is the best version of karate for test automation?
All you need is available in the karate-core artifact. You can run tests with this directly, but teams can choose the JUnit variant that pulls in JUnit 5 and slightly improves the in-IDE experience. If you want to use JUnit 4, use karate-junit4 instead of karate-junit5.
Is there HTTP Basic authentication URL with ” @ ” in password?
HTTP basic authentication URL with “@” in password 1 is there an alternative way to do http authentication using selenium, i.e., not via the URL. Or, 2 is there a way to use URL-based auth but somehow tell the browser that the “@” is part of the password? More …
How to do OAuth2 authentication in karate qatechtools?
After you have created your authentication package you can create a feature file inside the same package and name it “ Authentication.feature “. Now add the below code into the feature file which will help you authentication a user using grant type implicit.
How to implement basic Auth using karate?
For OAuth or “login form” kinds of flows, see: https://stackoverflow.com/a/58643689/143475 and https://stackoverflow.com/a/46333729/143475 Thanks for contributing an answer to Stack Overflow! Please be sure to answer the question.
HTTP basic authentication URL with “@” in password 1 is there an alternative way to do http authentication using selenium, i.e., not via the URL. Or, 2 is there a way to use URL-based auth but somehow tell the browser that the “@” is part of the password? More
How to start a karate project in Eclipse?
Assuming you have the project setup ready if not, see my post Getting started with Karate Automation . Once your project is set let’s start with creating a folder structure in Eclipse.