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I've a requirement for generating code coverage for my unit test cases in D365 FO. I am using VS enterprise edition to analyse code coverage results for my test case, but unfortunately code coverage results are blank.I can only see the test case getting passed or failed.
I have done the following things in my environment,
While debugging the selected test cases , i can see "binary was not built with debug information" for my package dll.
Looking for your suggestions on this.
Thanks in advance.
Can you share your runsettings file? FO builds always produce symbols so there must be something else missing.
That said, code coverage with X++ is tricky. Because of the way pre/post handlers work you typically end up with a bunch of not covered code. This problem was avoided with chain of command, luckily, and we've talked about changing the compiler to have pre/post handlers work similarly to chain of command to avoid this problem - but it's the type of change that is a bit risky to introduce so we haven't put this on our backlog at all yet.
Thanks for your prompt reply. Currently i am testing classes which don't have event handlers subscribed, but unfortunately code coverage is not working with those classes too.
Please find below is my settings file,
<DataCollector friendlyName="Code Coverage" uri="datacollector://Microsoft/CodeCoverage/2.0" assemblyQualifiedName="Microsoft.VisualStudio.Coverage.DynamicCoverageDataCollector, Microsoft.VisualStudio.TraceCollector, Version=18.104.22.168, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b03f5f7f11d50a3a">
Try change the modulepath value to .*MyPackage*.*
Tried changing the value to .*MyPackage*.*.
Still no luck, I am getting this kind of result when I run the test cases,
Did you make a typo in your post here, or do you have one too many .* at the end there?
I just used the same format that you have mentioned like .*MyPackage1.*
Is there any issue with IDE say like we need to uninstall and reinstall it again.
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