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Getting test results from dotnet test to show in TeamCity

I'm a happy user of CakeBuild and TeamCity. I'm a firm believer of build scripts versus configuring the actual build server with a bunch of steps. I've been hav…

Daniel WertheimDaniel Wertheim

I'm a happy user of CakeBuild and TeamCity. I'm a firm believer of build scripts versus configuring the actual build server with a bunch of steps. I've been having one problem though. Test results from e.g. xUnit and MSTests wasn't being picked up by TeamCity anymore. Apparently there was a change in the output of the test runner for .NET Core. But there's a quick solution. In my Cake build script, I just needed to add one little line:

Logger = "console;verbosity=normal"

You can see a sample of a real change to Ensure.That's build.cake file My step to run the unit tests looks like this:

Task("UnitTests").Does(() => {
    var settings = new DotNetCoreTestSettings {
        Configuration = config.BuildProfile,
        NoBuild = true,
        Logger = "console;verbosity=normal"
    };
    foreach(var testProj in GetFiles($"{config.SrcDir}tests/**/UnitTests.csproj")) {
        DotNetCoreTest(testProj.FullPath, settings);
    }
});

Result? Before and after build:

dotnet-core-test-reports-teamcity

I've seen some suggestions to use Verbosity = DotNetCoreVerbosity.Detailed, but that didn't work for me.

Thats all for this time, I'll try and pick up the blogging again.

//Daniel

Developer that lives by the mantra "code is meant to be shared".

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