From TFS build server, executing Bizunit test cases failing. If we execute seperately, they are success but when we queue build, the unit test step is failing. RRS feed

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  • Executing the powershell script: D:\TfsBuildAgents\VsoBuildAgent\tasks\VSTest\1.0.32\VSTest.ps1

    2017-04-15T09:34:04.0410082Z Executing the powershell script: D:\TfsBuildAgents\VsoBuildAgent\tasks\VSTest\1.0.32\VSTest.ps1

    2017-04-15T09:34:04.4010035Z ##[debug]Calling Invoke-VSTest for all test assemblies

    2017-04-15T09:34:04.4620105Z Working folder: D:\TfsData\Build\_work\10

    2017-04-15T09:34:04.4631501Z Executing D:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 14.0\Common7\IDE\CommonExtensions\Microsoft\TestWindow\vstest.console.exe "D:\TfsData\Build\_work\10\s\ExternalDLL's\BizUnit.TestSteps.dll"

    2017-04-15T09:34:05.1000500Z Microsoft (R) Test Execution Command Line Tool Version 14.0.24720.0

    2017-04-15T09:34:05.1010487Z Copyright (c) Microsoft Corporation.  All rights reserved.

    2017-04-15T09:34:05.4620710Z Starting test execution, please wait...

    2017-04-15T09:34:07.2411532Z Failed   MapName

    2017-04-15T09:34:07.2441437Z ##[error]Error Message:

    2017-04-15T09:34:07.2451511Z ##[error]   Test method UnitTests.Maps.MapName threw exception: 

    2017-04-15T09:34:07.2461533Z ##[error]Microsoft.BizTalk.TestTools.BizTalkTestAssertFailException: Transform Failure

    2017-04-15T09:34:07.2471426Z ##[error]Stack Trace:

    2017-04-15T09:34:07.2481532Z ##[error]    at Microsoft.BizTalk.TestTools.Mapper.TestableMapBase.PerformTransform(String inputXmlFile, String outputXmlFile)

    2017-04-15T09:34:07.2481532Z ##[error]   at Microsoft.BizTalk.TestTools.Mapper.TestableMapBase.TestMap(String inputInstanceFilename, InputInstanceType inputType, String outputInstanceFilename, OutputInstanceType outputType)

    2017-04-15T09:34:07.5601689Z ##[error]VSTest Test Run failed with exit code: 1
    Tuesday, April 18, 2017 8:29 AM

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  • Hi Santosh_Bj,

    Is this issue regarding BizTalk? From our description above, it seems that this is TFS issue.

    Please let me know if you need any help.

    Best regards,


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    Monday, May 1, 2017 1:50 AM
  • Thanks Angie.

    I don't think, its BizTalk issue. It may be TFS issue.

    if you have any suggestions/inputs or any resolutions if you faced previously, will be great if you provide.



    Monday, May 1, 2017 2:08 PM
  • Hello,

    Try to check if old version of some code is still sitting somewhere.

    Also recheck 32/64bit compilation.

    Good luck!

    Friday, May 5, 2017 8:17 PM