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Binding an Extracted Value in a Web Test

I was creating a multi step web test in Visual Studio, for use in running in Azure. I needed to extract a request value for use later in my test. I could not seem to find a concrete example of how to do this. Here’s what worked for me:

When creating a Web Test in Visual Studio, you can create an extraction rule. One example where this is useful: If you want to issue a request and capture t…

Selenium vs Coded UI Thoughts

I should mention that this is not intended to be a full in-depth review and comparison of the two UI testing frameworks, just a quick post on my general thoughts after using both of them on the same project.

I have recently started work on introducing some basic automated UI tests to one of our solutions. Before I started down this road, I naturally googled “Selenium vs Coded UI”, to get…

VSLive 2015 in Austin, TX!

I’m writing this post from the Austin airport as I’m getting ready to head home after a very educational 4 days in Austin for VSLive 2015. I wanted to quickly write down a lot of key points from all of the sessions I attended. I figure writing about something is a good way to retain a lot of it. All of them were very interesting and everything was run very smoothly, overall a great…

Libraries for Unit Testing MVC5 Controllers

There are various libraries available to help you unit test your controller actions, returned views and models, and action results with MVC. One that I have recently started using is TestStack.FluentMVCTesting. This library allows you to perform actions on your controllers within your unit tests, and then verify, with a fluent syntax, that those actions behaved correctly.

Here are a cou…

Mocking a generic ObjectSet or IObjectSet for Unit Testing Entity Framework Business Logic

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Up until this point, I had mostly been using nHibernate for my ORM solution in most applications I work on. So when I started diving into Entity Framework (EF) models and trying to write unit tests against logic that lives in EF entities, I first encountered the ObjectSet<T> type.

Now to be clear, I was not writing unit tests against EF generated code, but rather against some custom…

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