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comment Writing automated tests for System.Web.HttpApplication
My challenge is I want the code coverage in TeamCity to work so that the tests can show a Red/Green. I am looking for the best way to do this without using a UI, can Selenium be automated with TeamCity to run this way?
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comment Writing automated tests for System.Web.HttpApplication
I am not using MVC, this is an HttpModule. My challenge is I want the code coverage in TeamCity to work so that the tests can show a Red/Green. I am looking for the best way to do this without using a UI. I don't think Selenium can be automated with TeamCity this way.
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comment Writing automated tests for System.Web.HttpApplication
I am testing an HttpModule with State Verification to determine if given conditions are true or false at the end of the request. My module is a component that does image resizing and remote file downloads & caching, so I just need to simulate Http requests. My challenge is I want the code coverage in TeamCity to work so that the tests can show a Red/Green. I am looking for the best way to do this without using a UI. I don't think Selenium can be automated with TeamCity this way.
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comment Writing automated tests for System.Web.HttpApplication
After looking at this code and other examples a little more, I think this question can be generalized. What I'm really looking for is an example of what the best way to write automated tests for a standard ASP.NET 4.0 application. I do not have the benefit of using MVC.
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answered Building “slow to break” regression tests
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