Is Spira Configuration support function parameter, because right now i am not able to run my spira test with function parameter in c#

Tuesday, December 16, 2014 6:21:08 AM
Hi Adam/Jim/Daniel

Is Spira Configuration support function parameter, because right now i am not able to run my spira test with function parameter in c#

my code is :

  [Test, SpiraTestCase(418)]
       [TestCaseSource(typeof(AdminModel), "UserValidation")]
          public void PublicAdminSpira(string userName, string password) 
          {
              var page = this.OpenPage<LoginPage>(this.AdminModel.LoginPagePath);
              page.Maximize();
              page.FillInForm(userName, password, false);
              page.Login();
              page.Logout();
            

          }

 i have pass two parameter value and run through nunit, than its not shows passed /failed status in spira test ID.

now if i am not use parameter and run through nunit than it shows status with spira test id as passed/failed for example-
 [Test, SpiraTestCase(418)]
    
          public void PublicAdminSpira() 
          {
              var page = this.OpenPage<LoginPage>(this.AdminModel.LoginPagePath);
              page.Maximize();
              page.FillInForm("username", "passwored", false);
              page.Login();
              page.Logout();
            

          }

please replay...
Thanks
Gangotri

2 Replies
Tuesday, December 16, 2014 2:44:20 PM
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re: gangotri on Tuesday, December 16, 2014 6:21:08 AM

Hi Gangotri

Thanks for sending in the help desk ticket. We shall work with you to figure out what you're trying to do.

If the answer is of general use, I shall post the resolution back to this forum thread as well in case anyone else needs the same answer.

Regards

Adam

Tuesday, December 16, 2014 3:57:54 PM
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re: inflectra.adam on Tuesday, December 16, 2014
Hi Gangotri

We have checked and our Add-In does not support such parameterized tests.

Since NUnit 3.0 (in alpha) is getting rid of the entire plugin system we are looking at ways to replace our current add-in once NUnit 3.0 has been released, so no changes are planned to the current add-in at this time.

Regards

Adam

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