When using the native binaries (not affecting the uberjar) there might be issues when using dynamic values in the configuration files. This is due to the fact that GraalVM only bundles whatever can discover at compile time. The following classes are currently supported:
java.util.Base64.Encoder.class, java.util.Base64.Decoder.class, java.util.Base64.class,
At this moment, CATS only works with OpenAPI specs and has limited functionality using template payloads through the
cats fuzz ... subcommand.
Media types and HTTP methods
The Fuzzers have the following support for media types and HTTP methods:
application/x-www-form-urlencodedmedia types only
- HTTP methods:
If a response contains a free Map specified using the
additionalParameters tag CATS will issue a
warn log message as it won't be able to validate that the response matches the schema.
Regexes within 'pattern'
CATS uses RgxGen in order to generate Strings based on regexes. This has certain limitations mostly with complex patterns.