SDP 2011 – Applied Software Testing with Visual Studio 2010

Wednesday, February 2, 2011

SDP 2011 - Applied Software Testing with Visual Studio 2010 Sela Developer Practice (SDP) is an annual conference held in Israel which will occur this year between 13 to 16 of March. Sela as always will will provide an awesome event for the Tech community in Israel. I’ll have the honor to present a lecture about Applied Software Testing with Visual Studio 2010 More posts on SDP from Sela Experts ...

Run Unit Tests in Parallel using Visual Studio 2010

Thursday, December 30, 2010

Run Unit Tests in Parallel using Visual Studio 2010 Today almost each and every machine have multiple CPU’s or a CPU with multiple cores, so why not using them in order to speed up your tests runs and run more Tests in parallel. In Visual Studio 2010 Microsoft added the ability to run Tests (Only for Unit Tests) in parallel. Data Collectors cannot be enabled if using Parallel execution. You must have multi-core/CPU machine How To Enable Parallel Execution of Unit Tests 1....

Microsoft Open Day–Testing in Visual Studio 2010

Microsoft Open Day–Testing in Visual Studio 2010 Two days a ago I had the honor to give 4 hours lecture on Testing using Visual Studio 2010 in Microsoft Israel for more than 100 people about the entire suite for Testers in Visual Studio 2010, This wasn’t just another overview session but hand zone session on each subject: Microsoft Test Manager – Read More Lab Management– Read More ...

VS 2010 SP1 Beta – Test and Lab Improvements

Sunday, December 12, 2010

VS 2010 SP1 Beta – Test and Lab Improvements On my previous posts I’ve talked about VS/TFS 2010 SP1 Beta has Released, now available for everyone and not just MSDN Subscribers. Service Pack 1 Beta - General availability download Service Pack 1 Beta – MS DN Subscribers only download In the last post I wrote about about Improvements comes with SP1 Beta for VS/TFS 2010 , but not all… from the Testers side there were also a lot improvements and here is some of them: For the...

Tech-Ed 2010 – Applied Software Testing with Visual Studio 2010 – All In One

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Tech-Ed 2010 – Applied Software Testing with Visual Studio 2010 – All In One Teched Israel 2010 is going to happen next month in Eilat between the 28-30 of November. On this Teched I’ll have the pleasure to present a session about Applied Software Testing with Visual Studio 2010 In this session I’ll demonstrate how to use the following: Microsoft Test Manager – Fast Forward Automation Web Performance Testing Load Testing Coded UI Testing Why? So YOU can do Automatic and...

The "BuildShadowTask" task failed

Sunday, March 29, 2009

The "BuildShadowTask" task failed When Running tests Team System you got this error - ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Error 8 The "BuildShadowTask" task failed unexpectedly. System.NullReferenceException: Object reference not set to an instance of an object.    at Microsoft.VisualStudio.TestTools.BuildShadowReferences.BuildShadowTask.Execute()    at Microsoft.Build.BuildEngine.TaskEngine.ExecuteInstantiatedTask(EngineProxy engineProxy, ItemBucket bucket, TaskExecutionMode howToExecuteTask, ITask task, Boolean& taskResult) APITestProject ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ I got help from this MSDN Post The BuildShadowTask is a component used by the Microsoft.TeamTest.targets used to build the private accessor DLL, that a unit test uses to get at private and protected members of a test target....

Running Unit Tests End With – “The specified module could not be found”

Thursday, March 26, 2009

Running Unit Tests End With - “The specified module could not be found” “The specified module could not be found. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x8007007E)” Some times your test relay on additional file that need to be in the same folder where Team System running the Test. Those files can’t be add into the GAC and you can’t copy them manually each time. So What Do Do? We need to use Deployment settings Deployment settings specify deployment location and any file to be deploy in the addition to the target assemblies...

Top 10 Visual Studio Team System (VSTS) and Team Foundation Server (TFS) Articles You Must Read

Sunday, September 14, 2008

Top 10 Visual Studio Team System (VSTS) and Team Foundation Server (TFS) Articles You Must Read Published on: http://www.dotnetcurry.com/(X(1)S(eyhx5h45oaagyt452an5ib3b))/ShowArticle.aspx?ID=195&AspxAutoDetectCookieSupport=1 If you have missed on some top articles of Visual Studio Team System (VSTS) and Team Foundation Server (TFS) on dotnetcurry.com, then this is a must read for you. The Top 10 articles have been decided by our editorial panel based on the popularity of the article, user rating and top views of the articles. The articles have been arranged based on the total views and rating from top to bottom....

How To: Create DB Unit Test With Team System

Thursday, September 11, 2008

How To: Create DB Unit Test With Team System In my last post I talked about What Is Database Unit Testing and Why? , in this post I'll show how to create DB Unit Test. Building on the AdventureWorks sample project from VSTSRTM08-V7 VPC, I'll unit test a modified version of the uspLogError stored procedure. --Removed the error check IF @dbVersion = '9.04.10.13.00' BEGIN IF ERROR_NUMBER() IS NULL RETURN; END ... INSERT . ( , , ...
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What Is Database Unit Testing and Why?

What Is Database Unit Testing and Why? Unit testing is a well-understood concept in application development, but the database community has not yet embraced the advantages and strategies of this approach. Therefore, I'd like to start by exploring the fundamental tenets of the unit-testing methodology. Unit testing provides a structured and automated way of testing individual components of a system. Unit tests are most often authored by the developer of the component that is being tested. Each unit test tests a specific module of the code in an isolated fashion to ensure that the component behaves as expected....
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