The XML API Test Harness is no longer available for download. However, should you already have this test harness in place, support will still be available for it. In it’s place, we offer you Postman.

12 comments on"Test Harness"

  1. When I originally left a comment I appear to have clicked on the -Notify me
    when new comments are added- checkbox and from now on whenever a comment is added
    I receive 4 emails with the same comment. Is there a way you can remove me from that service?

    • Hello,
      In the email notifications, there should be a link at the bottom that says:

      Want less email? Modify your Subscription Options. With Modify your Subscription Options being a link you can click on.

      Let me know if you can see this.

      Thank you

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  3. I’ve noticed the test harness submits all requests via HTTP, rather than HTTPS. This seems insecure given the XML envelope/payload calling the login method includes username and password. Does the XMLAPI respond to requests made via HTTPS?

  4. Can the Test Harness be updated to include the GDPR API’s?

    • Hi Mark,
      It’s on the road map to update the Test Harness, however, I do not have a final date at this time.

      Thank you

    • Hi Michael,
      While it is better to use Postman, we do have users who still use the test harness because it’s available, so we can’t remove it just yet.


  5. Pavel Pola March 15, 2019

    Hello, we’d like to secure requests to your API servers from our infrastructure. Could you please let me know what IP ranges are dedicated to each Pod?
    Thanks, Pavel

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