How can I validate XML embedded in JSON using Citrus framework?

How can I validate XML embedded in JSON using Citrus framework?

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How can I validate XML embedded in JSON using Citrus framework?
Tag : java , By : user179445
Date : November 24 2020, 03:01 PM

Hope that helps In my Citrus test, I’m trying to validate an XML message that is embedded in a JSON document (the output of WireMock). The XML text needs to be parsed because it contains timestamps I want to ignore. The XML part of the JSON message looks like this: , Clarifications
I have two remarks on your current solution:
    .validate("$.requests[0].request.body", @matchesXml('citrus:readFile('classpath:output/esb/add_conf_to_cart/response2.xml')')@)
    "  \"requests\": {\n"+
    "    \"id\": \"52844d5a-59de-4288-8000-7f48fcda41e5\",\n"+
    "    \"request\": {\n"+
    "      \"body\": \"@matchesXml('<soapenv:Envelope xmlns:soapenv=\\\"http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/envelope/\\\"> [content omitted] </soapenv:Body></soapenv:Envelope>')@\"\n"+
    "    }\n"+
    "  }\n"+
  "requests": {
    "id": "52844d5a-59de-4288-8000-7f48fcda41e5",
    "request": {
      "body": "@matchesXml('${jsonEscapedXmlInput}')@"
variable("jsonEscapedXml", "citrus:translate('citrus:readFile('classpath:output/esb/add_conf_to_cart/response2.xml')', '\\\"', '\\\\\"')")
    .payload(new ClassPathResource("classpath:validation/response_validation.json"))

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Citrus Framework - Unable to parse JSON data dictionary

Tag : java , By : alchemist
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
With these it helps You are sending an empty message payload and this is why the JSONParser is running into errors. Do not apply the data dictionary on an empty message payload. The data dictionary is only able to overwrite given JSON message elements before send operation takes place.

Citrus Framework to validate byte array

Tag : development , By : Bart van Bragt
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope that helps You could use the default binary message validator that automatically converts the binary data to base64 encoded string (http://www.citrusframework.org/reference/html/index.html#validation-binary) so you can do basic compare validation.
If this is not the way to go you could also implement your own special message validator that converts the payload and performs further validation steps. The easiest way to do this is to use a validation callback in Java DSL: http://www.citrusframework.org/reference/html/index.html#validation-callback

Citrus Framework - Validate JSON response with Java DSL

Tag : json , By : semicolonth
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish helps you You can use JsonPath expressions in combination with RegExp validation matchers.
    .validate("$.user.name", "Penny")
    .validate("$.user.aliases", "@matches('[a-z0-9]')@");

Extract JSON Payload with Citrus Framework

Tag : java , By : PepeM
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it fixes the issue The payload is a JSON array of Strings. You are able to access a value in that array using JsonPath expression and extractFromPayload method. After extracting the whole value as a test variable using JsonPath you may use a Citrus function like citrus:substring()or citrus:substringAfter() in a second operation.
    .extractFromPayload("$.[0]", "foo");

echo("citrus:substringAfter(${foo} ,'.')");

Citrus Framework - Attempt to use validator in JSON causes error with header ACCEPT

Tag : java , By : Joe Sweeney
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hope this fix your issue It would seem that the Citrus "functions" embedded in the JSON were not the problem. The problem was that I was not setting the Accept and Content-Type headers in the message the service was POSTing for the Citrus receive call. Since the receive call was set up to look for message type application/json, it was failing because my message had no headers at all (this is my impression).
The Citrus call:
// Set route generator to receive and validate generate route command.
runner.http(builder -> builder
    .payload(new ClassPathResource("templates/gen-route-command.json")));
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