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Software Testing using Visual Studio 2010 by S. Subashni, N. Satheesh Kumar

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Chapter 8. Ordered and Generic Tests

This chapter explains the details of creating and using ordered and generic tests. So far, in previous chapters, we have created many tests including Unit Tests, Manual Tests, Web Performance Tests, Coded Web Performance Tests, and Load Tests. Visual Studio 2010 provides a feature called Ordered Test to group all or some of these tests and then execute the tests in the same order. The main advantage of creating the ordered test is to execute multiple tests in an order based on the dependencies. For example, my Web Performance Tests might depend on the results produced by executing the unit tests. So I need to run these tests in an order so that the Unit Test can be executed before starting the Web Performance ...

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