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  • Blog Post: How to create an ordered test programmatically?

    Yesterday an internal customer asked me on how he can create an ordered test programmatically. This was the first time someone had asked me this but I could imagine that it is useful if you have a fixed logic to define the order and have reasonable # of ordered tests to create/maintain. Since ordered...
  • Blog Post: Interesting problem a customer faced while running x64 based tests through test controller/agent

    Lot of customers today are running x64 based tests via test controller/agent and things works for them by default. Recently one of our customer recently reported that he is not able to run his tests via test controller/agent and in this post, I want to share out how Raju Ranjan , a developer in our team...
  • Blog Post: How to run test explorer based tests from a stand-alone executable?

    To run test explorer based tests from your own custom exectuable (32 bit/64 bit does not matter), you should do the following steps: -   Ensure that you have visual studio 2012 or above installed on your machine. Download this sample (RunTests.exe) and extract it on your machine. You can use this...
  • Blog Post: How to preserve the test results directory?

    In VS 2012, when you are running mstest based tests, then the framework deletes the test results directory when the following condition is met. All the test case passes. There is no attachment which got produced in the test run. The option to preserve the test results directory is turned off (default...
  • Blog Post: How to make your extension visible to the test explorer in Visual Studio 11?

    There are few different ways by which you can make your extension visible to test explorer in Visual Studio 11. Let us go through them one by one. 1. Drop it in “Extensions” folder This is the most simplest way to make the extension visible and it works for all the 3 well known clients (VS, command-line...
  • Blog Post: How to enable UTE logs?

    Unit test explorer has bunch of processes (client-process, discovery/datacollection process, execution process) and depending upon what you want to debug, you should select the appropriate process and enable its logs. Once you have enabled the logs, the logs will get generated in %Temp% folder with log...
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