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NUnit3 Console runner saves test results in xml at the end of the test run. But in my case I want to save the partial results on each test failure, so that in case console runner crashes or is stopped, I can still get partial results for completed tests.

Is there a way to do that?

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You could use NUnit3's TestContext that creates a TextWriter and save the output where ever you want.

I use Console.WriteLine() and read the Output in Visual Studio's Test Explorer (requires you have the NUnit3TestAdapter). This also works when I run tests via Bamboo. Anything written to the Console is saved in the Bamboo log.

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  • my aim here is to convert the xml to an html report and use it in our in-house application to display result. But I don't want to wait for the test run to finish before I can access it, specially on test failures. – H.D. Mar 2 '17 at 23:02
  • With the TextWriter, you can write out to a file (txt, xml, html, etc.) and parse it whenever/however you want. – kirbycope May 1 '17 at 20:04

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