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MSTest results (bottom pane) for the test code (top pane). As you can see, the test
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Figure 6.12 Turning on test coverage for MSTest. In the test settings, you have to enable Code Coverage for a given assembly (you can get to the configuration settings by double-clicking the Code Coverage row).
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Creating unit tests with MSTest is as easy as it is with NUnit. You can turn on test coverage for MSTest, too. To do so, you have to open the Local.testsettings file in Visual Studio (it s with the solution items); see figure 6.12. After enabling the test coverage, you have to decide what assemblies should be instrumented. You can do this by clicking the Configure button shown in figure 6.12. If for some reason you decide to strongly sign the assembly that contains the tests, you must enable re-signing. To do so, choose the re-signing key at the bottom of the configuration window. We encourage you to further explore MSTest. One good resource is the Microsoft Press book Software Testing with Visual Studio 2010. But right now, let s see how to add the MSTest test to your continuous build process on Team Foundation Server (TFS) 2010.
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Integrating tests with TFS 2010 is easy. If the source of your project is already under TFS Version Control, as we described in chapter 2, and you followed the project naming convention with the Test suffix, you re almost done. You check in your new project, and TFS will do the test work for you. Let s examine why TFS does this. In Team Explorer in Visual Studio, select your build. Right-click it, and from the context menu, choose Edit Build Definition. In the resulting dialog box, click the Process tab; you ll see a definition like that shown in figure 6.13.
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Figure 6.13 The build definition with the Automated Tests assembly matching pattern in the Basic area. All assemblies containing the word test search for automated tests.
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In the Basic area of the Process tab is an Automated Tests property. This property tells TFS the assemblies from which to run the automated tests. By default, the definition is Run tests in assemblies matching **\*test*.dll using settings from $/MyFirstProject/CiDotNet.Ch5/Local.testsettings. If you followed the pattern and named the test project to contain the Test suffix, your tests will be performed. Your continuous build should execute all the tests from your test library because it matches the pattern **\*test*.dll. To see the build results from the context menu of your build definition, choose View Builds from the Builds folder of your team project in Team Explorer, and open the last-performed build (see figure 6.14). At the bottom of the report is the executed test count. Click it, and you ll see the detailed test report. Integrating MSTest with other CI servers isn t as straightforward as with its natural habitat, TFS. Let s see how can you do so with CCNet and TeamCity.
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M STest in non-TFS environm ent
Sometimes you need to go against the flow and integrate MSTest with a third-party CI server. You have to go against the flow because, unfortunately, MSTest isn t a framework it s part of Visual Studio and the TFS environment. This means you can t take only the MSTest executables and run them friction-free on the build server. You have to install Visual Studio on the build server, do a lot of manual hacking to make it work without Visual Studio, or use third-party test runners for MSTest. By installing Visual Studio on the build machine, you re going against the rule of a vanilla server that has as few external dependencies as possible. It also means you must purchase an additional license for Visual Studio, which increases your costs. If you want to go the hacker way and make MSTest run without Visual Studio, you can use an external tool such as Gallio.
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