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No, but you can capture a window image, save it and compare it to one stored on disk easily. Something like this http://bartwullems.blogspot.ca/2013/11/coded-ui-tests-automatically-take.html


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There are a few ways to do this, one would be: You could create your template list of test cases in an excel file and import them to TFS using http://tcmimport.codeplex.com/ You can also export an existing list to use with http://exporttfs2excel.codeplex.com/ Another way would be to create copies of the test cases.


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Unfortunately, I don't think this scenario is possible with mstest. The /publish command is supposed to be used to associate test runs with builds. MTM is displaying test results that are associated with test plans/suites which are somewhat independent of builds. I think you're going to have to use tcm.exe to get what you're after. It's a command line ...


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Have you tried the VSTest.Console.exe (here)? I have done this with the /logger:TfsPublisher option and a link to the MTM test result was provided with the completed test execution. It turns out that there isn't a way using the UI to get to this test result record, but with the link the test result record was visible.


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Have you tried the publish command? /publish:[ server name] Use the /publish option to publish test data to the database for the team project collection associated with the project's Team Foundation Server. When you use the /publish option, you must correctly specify the name of the Team Foundation Server. The correct format depends on whether the ...


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This link describes the steps to set this up: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd286680(v=vs.110).aspx Specifically, about half way down the page: "If you want to run your automated tests and have the results added to a test plan, you can associate your automated tests with test cases using Visual Studio, and then run them using Microsoft Test ...



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