Socket content verification point details

Content verification points enable you to test that the data received from a connection matches the expected data.

Content verification points return a Pass status when the received data matches the criteria specified in the verification point.

Comparison operator
Specify the criteria to use to perform the verification, among the following operators:
Equals
The verification point returns a Pass status if the received data exactly matches the text or binary content that is specified in the Data area.
Contains
The verification point returns a Pass status if the text or binary content that is specified in the Data area occurs at least once in the received data.
Starts with
The verification point returns a Pass status if the text or binary content that is specified in the Data area occurs at the beginning of the received data.
Ends with
The verification point returns a Pass status if the text or binary content that is specified in the Data area occurs at the end of the received data.
Differs from
The verification point returns a Pass status if the received data does not exactly match the text or binary content that is specified in the Data area.
Does not contain
The verification point returns a Pass status if the text or binary content that is specified in the Data area does not occur at least once in the received data.
Does not start with
The verification point returns a Pass status if the text or binary content that is specified in the Data area does not occur at the beginning of the received data.
Data
Specify the data that is expected to be received through the connection.
Binary
In this view, edit the expected content as binary data.
Raw ASCII
In this view, edit the expected content as raw ASCII data. Bytes are expressed as 7-bit alphanumeric characters or two-digit hexadecimal bytes preceded with \x. Additionally, \r and \n stand for carriage-return and line-feed, while \\ represents the backslash character.
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