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Sometimes you need to create a test project from scratch For example, you may want to create the test before creating the code To build a test project from scratch: 1 Select Test | New Test from the main menu bar The Add New Test dialog is displayed (see Figure 614) 2 Select the Unit Test template If you select the Create a new Visual Basic test project option from the Add to Test Project drop-down list, the New Test Project dialog is displayed (see Figure 613) If you previously created a unit test project, you can add to it by selecting the project from the Add to Test Project drop-down list Visual Studio then adds an empty unit test class to the selected unit test project You can then skip these remaining steps
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3 Enter the name of the unit test project Use standard naming conventions for your project name If you have just one unit test project, you can name it using the project abbreviation with a suf x de ning the type of project for example, PTUnitTest However, if you plan to have multiple unit test projects for your application, give the test a descriptive name based on what the unit test is testing 4 Click Create to create the unit test project Visual Studio creates the test project, adds it to Solution Explorer, and creates an empty test class with an empty test method It also adds an AuthoringTeststxt le to the project to provide you with guidance on authoring and running tests You can then add the required code to the unit tests In this case, however, none of the code is added for you You need to build it all from scratch
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Since a unit test project is just like any other type of project, you can also add a unit test project to a solution the same way you add other projects to a solution To build a test project from scratch using Solution Explorer: 1 Right-click the solution in Solution Explorer and select Add | New Project from the context menu, or select File | Add | New Project from the main menu bar The Add New Project dialog appears for selection of the project type and template 2 Open the Test Projects node, and select Test Documents from the Project types tree view 3 Select the Test Project template, and name the test Use standard naming conventions for your project name If you have just one unit test project, you can name it using the project abbreviation with a suf x de ning the type of project for example, PTUnitTest However, if you plan to have multiple unit test projects for your application, give the test a descriptive name based on what the unit test is testing
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4 Click OK Visual Studio creates the test project, adds it to Solution Explorer, and creates an empty test class with an empty test method It also adds an AuthoringTeststxt le to the project to provide you with guidance on authoring and running tests You can then add the required code to the unit tests In this case, however, none of the code is added for you You need to build it all from scratch
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The basic structure of the unit test code is generated automatically if you write the test from existing code Otherwise, you have to create it all manually Even if you select to write your tests from scratch, looking at the generated code can provide tips on building your tests The generated code de ning the test class is as follows:
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'''<summary> '''This is a test class for PTBOProduct and is intended '''to contain all PTBOProduct Unit Tests '''</summary> <TestClass()> _ Public Class ProductTest
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There are two things to point out here First, the generated code makes excellent use of XML comments to help you work with and maintain the unit tests Second, the tests are identi ed with attributes The testing runtime understands which classes are test classes by looking for the TestClass attribute The generated code for unit testing a property is as follows:
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