Category Archives: MSTest

Rationalising mocked dependencies using concrete types

This really is amazingly obvious and simple, but for some reason it never occurred to me. The situation I’ve been getting myself into is that I have Business Logic actions that do a very discrete bit of logic, these will … Continue reading

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Upgrading CAB solution to Visual Studio 2008 and making all the tests pass

For one reason or another we’ve recently upgraded the Microsoft Composite Application Block solution to a Visual Studioo 2008 solution. The conversion appeared to succeed, but when we tried to run the unit tests we had lots of failures. I … Continue reading

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