However, it is always a good idea to use the latest version of Java to ensure you have the latest security fixes and enhancements.
Runscope API tests support variables, allowing you to pass one or more values between requests within a test.
Section 4.9, “My SQL Program Environment Variables”, lists all environment variables that affect My SQL program operation.It is possible that even if you have installed the latest version of Java, your browser may not be able to use it because it is not enabled.This could happen when you install other applications that also install Java and the vendors do not want to change your browser settings.Notice how the environment ID is appended to the request URL (obtained from the JSON object).: A PUT call to the environments endpoint must be a complete JSON representation, meaning that if you submit a partial object, all of the settings will be overwritten for that test environment.This is why we copied the JSON object for the environment, and not just the variables.Variables are extremely helpful when you need to extract data from one request in your test and then apply or compare that value at another stage of your test. Variables can be declared before an API test run using Initial Variables (located in Environment settings), or you can create them dynamically after each request within your test.