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When I create new NUnit unit tests in my test project, the ReSharper Unit Test Runner detects them but they remain grey and are not run.

This behaviour occurs whether I try to run the tests individually or all together.

If I close and reopen the solution, the new tests are detected and run correctly.

The behaviour only occurs if I build the solution using visual studio before I run the tests. If I let resharper trigger the build the tests are detected correctly.

I am using: Visual Studio 2010 ReSharper NUnit 2.5.7

Try cleaning the solution and delete RS related files and folders from your project folder. It has worked for me. I use VS2008 though

unit tests not running in ReSharper unit test session explorer , I wrote some unit tests and have no problems executing these tests via ReSharper unit session explorer shows me "Inconclusive: Test not run" for each test. Unfortunately, there's a new issue with running MSTests in UWP� ReSharper provides a unit test runner that helps you run and debug unit tests based on NUnit, xUnit.net, MSTest, QUnit and Jasmine. You can explore tests, group them in different ways, break them down into individual sessions, see test output and navigate to source code from stack traces.

It also helped me to make the unit test class public :D

Resharper 2019.1 not running unit tests – ReSharper Support , Hey all, I am getting an error when trying to run nunit test through resharper. As soon as this occurs i lose the context menu options ReSharper's unit test runner does not allow running two or more tests with the same ID. This rarely happens in practice, but if you do have tests with the same ID, they will appear as a single node in the Unit Tests explorer and Unit Test Sessions window, and only one of them will run. Note that test frameworks identify tests in different ways.

Unit Test Methods must be public. The following test will not be recognized.

[Test]
void RunTest(){
    Assert.True;
}

Whereas this test is recognized:

[Test]
public void RunTest(){
    Assert.True;
}

ReSharper Ultimate, When I perform a run-all tests, the tests do not run (no errors either). They just have blue icon with white exclamation mark. Please ReSharper Ultimate - Unit Tests Not Running in VS2019 Follow. Completed. Scott Mcfadden Created March 10, 2020 15:53. When I perform a run-all tests, the tests do not

Ran into this while using specflow. New project > nuget specflow then I added spec (nunit) tests. Then I received the error. Merely restarting my only running visual studio 2012 instance fixed the issue.

Unit tests are not discovered – ReSharper Support, Running this exe gets me output to the cmd window but nothing shows up in the UnitTest Explorer window or on the left in the text editor. I have� Hi, I'm developing a UWP app using VS Enterprise 2017 15.6.1 and ReSharper Ultimate 2017.3.3. I wrote some unit tests and have no problems executing these tests via VS Test Explorer. ReSharper unit

Deleting the _ReSharper folder and the Resharper CACHE file did not fix the issue for me.

I had this issue today where Resharper would not run the unit tests, and I fixed the problem by running 'Clean Solution and then Rebuilding the solution.

Unit Test Sessions reports "Inconclusive: Test not run" – ReSharper , Bug occurs with new Resharper version too: MS Test Unit Tests can be executed, but not debugged. Error: Inconclusive. Test not run. ReSharper's unit test runner does not allow running two or more tests with the same ID. This rarely happens in practice, but if you do have tests with the same ID, they will appear as a single node in the Unit Tests explorer and Unit Test Sessions window, and only one of them will run.

Unit Test Sessions - Help, ReSharper's unit test runner does not allow running two or more tests with the same ID. There are several ways to create a new test session:. However, when running the tests from the public class WhateverTests fixture, Resharper still runs the unit tests held within the class. If I choose to run the same class tests from the Unit Test Session screen, it ignores the same tests. Not sure which is actually correct - probably ignoring the tests; it's what TestDriven.Net does also.

Working with Unit Tests in Project or Solution, ReSharper's unit test runner does not allow running two or more tests with new tests from the opened files appear in the unit test explorer as� The solution was to go Resharper->Options->Tools->"Unit Testing" in each sub item like NUnit, you will go and set checkbox for the tests you want to support. There will be something like "Enable NUnit 3x support". Like this:

MSTest Unit Testing does not work (or fails with error), Debugging doesn't work (Inconclusive: Test not run). Execution works. VS Professional 2017 15.3.2 ReSharper Ultimate 2017.1.3. 0. The tests don't execute. Oddly enough, the tests will execute successfully if I use the Alt-RUN command (run all unit tests in solution). The tests will execute if I manually select all but one test in the session explorer. The omitted test is not relevant; I could skip test 1 the first time, skip test 5 the second.

Comments
  • I'm now using ReSharper 6.1 and the issue has gone away.
  • Tried cleaning the solution as soon as the issue appeared. Cleaning the ReSharper files doesn't resolve the issue.
  • @aboy, I mean DELETING the resharper files. If your solution is called "X", there will be a "_Resharper.X" folder in your solution folder. This has to go, also the file that ends with "resharper.user". You can also try to clear the caches of Resharper. In VS select the menu Resharper/Options. Under general settings there is a button "Clear Caches".
  • Deleting the _Resharper* folders in the solution root worked for me too.
  • This issue disappeared for me but I've accepted this answer as it is good solid advice and based on up votes it seems to be helping others.
  • For what it's worth, just doing a clean on my VS 2012 solution solved the problem, didn't need to remove the RS files.
  • Wow... hit me with a stupid stick: class UnitTest1 vs public class UnitTest1... ugh
  • I did post this answer here because this was the solution in my case, I just forgot the 'public'. So maybe it help somebody in the future.