The ServiceV tool lets you create and manage virtualized services to use in your tests.
The Service Virting functionality in ServiceV lets you create a standards compliant simulations of REST, SOAP or JMS services
With Virt Behavior you can add settings to have the Virt simulate how the server behaves.
Data-driven virts are useful when you have a large number of responses that differ only in content, you would prefer to set up one response and store the content data outside of the Virt. Or you have a number of responses that all share a large set of content data.
When you enable Coverage for a SOAP Virt, Ready! API will continuously accumulate and analyze requests or responses and add their coverage to the Coverage page.
Contract Coverage: how much of the WSDL contract that your client is actually submitting.
When collecting coverage for a Virt, the Coverage page contains the Interface-related part of the Coverage Tree and the containing Virt and its Operations and Actions; under each operation the actual exchanged messages are shown.
A number of Assertions can be used to verify transactions in ServiceV.
Some advanced concepts relating to Virts.