Visual Studio :: Application Testing At Developing Stage?
Mar 22, 2010
For developing a VS-2008 application at developing stage best softwares for test the application.we found some of the testing applications like NUnit and MSUnit, which are the softwares best to test the application at developing stage.
I am lookinf for a Unit testing Tool for asp.net web application. i intended to use visual studio 2008 web test. Please tell me where can i get nice tutorials to start up on this tool. and also suggest me is any other web testing tools out there.
am working as a web developer in a company. I am not aware of anything related to testing. Our company is planning to buy some testing softwares. Presently we are working on ASP.NET. We will be working on PHP and JAVA in future. I need your help to find out the best but cost effective testing sofwares.on TFS and Visual Studio Testing tool.
Can you edit a website (in Visual Studio) on a server from your PC by going:File -> Open Web Site -> File System -> My Network Places -> Entire Network -> Microsoft Windows Network -> FooDomain -> FooServer -> Foo_Public_Shared_Folder (which is actually a web applicaiton in C:InetpubwwwrootfoobarWebApp).I suspect it is bad practice to edit a website that is pubished on a server like this - or at least highly unusual? Would I be right in saying that you should create a new website on your local PC then build and publish to the server in question?
One last point as well -if you need to make a copy of a published website and make some enhancements without losing the original - how can you do this i.e. you don't have the original Visual Studio project only the published site (i.e. this could be made by some web site authoring/wizard tool).
2. I added a WebApplication project to this solution.
3. I clicked Add Web Reference
4. I clicked Web services on the local machine
5. Web Services listed on my local machine:
"There was an error while enumerating services on local machine:
Active Directory Services cannot find the web server. A possible cause for this is an incompatibility between versions of Internet Information Server (IIS) on the client and the server. Another possible cause is that IIS is not installed on the local machine, or the user identity under which you are running may not have permissions to view websites on this machine. To view websites on this machine, make sure that you run Visual Studio as administrator. On Windows Vista computers with IIS installed, make sure that IIS Metabase and IIS 6 configuration compatibility feature is enabled."
I have Visual Studio 2010 beta and Visual Studio 2008 Professional installed on this computer. I do not have any IIS server installed. Do I require a IIS server when coding webservices+webapplications?[URL]
i am finished writing the main part of my website and would now like to write the iphone version. is there a way to debug my site using the built in debugger in visual studio? i have only been able to access it on the computer it is running on.
I want to load test an ASP.NET web service. I have Visual Studio 2008 Professional Edition and Visual Studio 2010. Can either one of these products facilitate load testing? I can't seem to find anything and all Google returns is higher end editions of Visual Studio.If not, what are some of the alternatives.
have a test project for testing methods in the Business/Models tier of my application. For methods that do calculations or have return types this works great.What would some suggested ways to perform (any is this even necessary) testing on methods that would normally have no return type, such as a 'Delete' method?Example:
I want to create a unit testing project for my existing websiet which is written in VB. When I try to add a unit testing , no place I can select c#. It always create in VB. How can i add a c# unit testing project for it?
I have alway tested/debugged my web applications by using f5 to "Start Debugging". Recently (yesterday) I have begun to start without debugging then attach the debugger to the webdev process if I needed to set breakpoints or anything. So far I haven't noticed much of a performance increase when not using the debugger. I am curious about how others save time when running locally.
i created a unit test project with the built-in unit testing from vs 2008. i noticed that when running a unit test and in particular when the class i am testing attempts to set a value from the app.config file using the configurationsettings, the configuration settings object always has 0 keys...and thus my value i am trying to use is always null...is there anything about the unit testing structure that would return null values from the app config when i know the keys are there...the existing program uses those keys for email addresses and such already.
I'm trying to publish my ASP.NET web application in Visual Studio 2010. I'm then trying to install it as a website on a server using IIS. I've gotten my application to publish (to a .zip file) but it points to the physical directory on my hard drive. This obviously will not work on the server.
on desktop start has disappeared, getting above issue on double clicking/running any application.have VS2005 installed with sp1 and all other relevant updates as per MS..., i read some forums which states because of VC++ the system files may be currupted....have not installed VC++can anyone guide me the issue here and its solution...
I am getting the above error whenever I attempt to run an application from the IDE. Any application. I have literally created a new asp.net "Hello World" app with absolutely nothing other than the aspx page, no code in the code-behind, and the only change to the web.config to enable debugging. The app errs immediately. Nothing is written to the event log.
The error is unique to asp.net, Visual Studio 2008, and has only recently started. I can run asp.net apps in VS 2005, and windows apps in 2008.The only thing I'm sure that I've done recently is installed SP1 for .net framework 3.5.