You can no longer use the SetUpAttribute and TearDownAttribute inside a SetUpFixture. TL;DR. I've inserted some extra logging in the framework code, and in discovery there is no prefilter, but when I run All tests a filter is used. You signed in with another tab or window. Oct 30 16:42. dnfadmin commented #3658. fixed in: visual studio 2019 version 16.5 visual studio 2019 version 16.4 windows 10.0. koumudikaluvakolanu reported Dec 19, 2019 at 07:33 PM . Ps. This works fine when running all tests e.g. A SetUpFixture outside of any namespace provides SetUp and TearDown for the entire assembly. I've looked through the changes on 3.15, and I can't see any assembly changes that are really off. Prior to NUnit 3.0, SetUpFixture used the SetUp and TearDown attributes rather than OneTimeSetUp and OneTimeTearDown. We’ll occasionally send you account related emails. nunit/nunit. If I go back to the adapter 3.14 then it works on my machine. In NUnit 3.0, there are some breaking changes regarding the usage of the SetUpAttribute and the SetUpFixture. Description I'm trying to migrate a test project from .NET Classic 4.7.2 to .NET Core 2.2. NUnit tests are not executed in Test Explorer. I wonder if there is something there that causes this. @OsirisTerje apologies for the late reply. OneTimeTearDown methods in a base class are executed after those in a derived class. It will not run if the OneTimeSetUp method fails or throws an exception. Ergwun: Aug 18, 2011 5:43 PM: Posted in group: NUnit-Discuss: I have a SetUpFixture outside of any namespace, intended for setup once at the start of any test runs. https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dotnet/core/testing/unit-testing-with-nunit This option allows you to specify what level of code can run in parallel. I have a class marked with SetUpFixture and inside it a OneTimeSetUp method. Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. @mikkelbu If I run All Tests from test explorer, that is the prefilter should not be in use, and I use 3.15, then it works for .net fw 4.7, and it doesnt for .net core. After adding the DLL, you should able to see the tests loaded in the UI. All tests do run and pass both locally and on the TFS Build Server though. [SetUpFixture] Here are the docs on SetUpFixture. Oct 30 16:36. yarhamjohn commented #3075. A-K. asked Jun 21 '11 at 14:40. It must be a publicly exported type or NUnit will not see it. is called before any tests or setup methods in the NUnit.Tests namespace. The prefilter which caused this is turned off by default. Active 3 months ago. This is the attribute that marks a class that contains the one-time setup or teardown methods for all the test fixtures under a given namespace. This issue is read only, because it has been in Closed–Fixed state for over 90 days. NUnit3TestAdapter version: 3.15.0 // Not guaranteed that it executes instantly after all tests from the class.}}} Which version of NUnit are you testing on? On VS 2019 (version 16.2.3) it fails on .NET Framework 4.7.2, but the same project passes on 15.9.15, so perhaps VS has change how they call the adapter for "All tests" in VS 2019? Show comments 11. Thank you! However, running using the category filter should have worked, because that is not using the Explicit feature @ChrisMaddock is talking about. With version 3.0, NUnit is being split into several loosely coupled projects. A SetUpFixture outside of any namespace provides SetUp and TearDown for the entire assembly. Within each Fixture I have a unique Setup method for each. Note: Although it is possible to define multiple SetUp methods in the same class, you should rarely do so. Add comment . If I change the package reference to: