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For those of you who haven't been following the betas, Visual Studio 2005 contains a new project template for testers - the Test Project template. This project type allows you to create unit tests, web tests, and load tests (which can include unit and web tests side by side). The test project will compile into a dll.

VSTS has an excellent user interface for managing and running the tests, however I need a way to run the tests easily and on a regular basis from outside of the IDE: mstest.exe is the answer. This should be very easy to incorporate into an automated test system, since mstest can output the results in xml format. Posted on Wednesday, June 15, 2005 9:33 PM Programming | Back to top



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hello,

I've created a webproject.
This project reference a test project.

In my web project i run test using mstest.exe.

In the development environment there's no probem.
But when i try to set up my project on another machine on which only the framework is installed i've got this error:

"system.Runtime.InteropSercices.COMException (0x801311E5) :
[c:/CommandLine.dll] InternalsVisibleTo declarations cannot have a version, culture, public key token, or processor architecture specified
at .....RunnerCommandLine.Runner.Main"


What's the problem?

thanks.
hello,

I've created a webproject.
This project reference a test project.

In my web project i run test using mstest.exe.

In the development environment there's no probem.
But when i try to set up my project on another machine on which only the framework is installed i've got this error:

"system.Runtime.InteropSercices.COMException (0x801311E5) :
[c:/CommandLine.dll] InternalsVisibleTo declarations cannot have a version, culture, public key token, or processor architecture specified
at .....RunnerCommandLine.Runner.Main"


What's the problem?

thanks.
Laouenan









Left by Laouenan on Nov 03, 2005 3:00 AM

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