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HTTP, Quality Assurance Toolkit

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HTTP functional and non-functional (load and performance) toolkit based on jython/grinder (http://grinder.sf.net) ...includes capabilities to support: SOA services, REST, json/xml encoding, AES and WS security ... and a stub to collect requests

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Intended Audience

Information Technology, Quality Engineers, Telecommunications Industry

User Interface

Command-line

Programming Language

Java, Python

Registered

2010-05-13

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