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Nicolas
#1 Posted : Tuesday, November 12, 2019 3:15:58 PM(UTC)
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Hi!

I am using Filters (General settings) on Test Category Does Not Equal "Integration"

Using MsTest with TestCategory("Integration") attribute on classes but those are still executed since V4.

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Hi, thanks for posting.

I've just checked this behaviour and it seems to be working correctly on my end.

If you turn on the 'Categories' column in the Tests Window, do the tests involved have the correct category attached to them?

Can you confirm exactly which configuration setting you're using, and how the test method is declared?
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Ok so in Optimised Mode, the Test categories are empty when i check them with the Categories column.
I reverted to Legacy mode and they are shown again (And skipped).

Here is an example of a test class.

using Microsoft.VisualStudio.TestTools.UnitTesting;

[TestClass]
[TestCategory("Integration")]
public class IntegrationTests
{
[TestInitialize]
public void Setup()
{
_sujet = new Test123();
}

[TestMethod]
public void Test123()
{
var result = _sujet.GetLatest();
Assert.AreEqual(123, _sujet.Test);
}
}
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Thanks for the code sample. I've managed to reproduce this exactly as described. I'll let you know as soon as a fix is available.
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Any news on a fix for this ? :(
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Dosen't seems to fix the problem, sadly...
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Nicolas;14147 wrote:
Dosen't seems to fix the problem, sadly...


Could you check whether the categories are now showing in the Tests Window for the tests that are declaring this using the fixture-level attribute? I tried testing this using the code sample you provided, and it seemed to be working on my end. I wonder if there may be a second problem here.
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Ummm so sorry, in fact it does work! But i dont see the categories in the tests window.
Thanks a lot
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#10 Posted : Wednesday, December 4, 2019 8:06:11 PM(UTC)
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Nicolas;14189 wrote:
Ummm so sorry, in fact it does work! But i dont see the categories in the tests window.
Thanks a lot


Could you be careful to check against the fixture rather than the tests? NCrunch should apply the category at fixture level and it should show as long as you have the 'Categories' column turned on in the Tests Window.

It isn't really possible for the filter to work correctly without the category being detected, so I'm fairly certain it should be there.
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