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Unit testing modules

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  1. ColinBowern
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    12 Aug 2012
    24 Feb 2009
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    Any advice from the Sitefinity team or others on how they are testing their work?

  2. Nikolai
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    01 Jun 2017
    24 Feb 2009
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    Hi Colin,

    We are doing functional tests using Telerik's Web UI Test Studio. Apart from that, we have a predefined sets of manual tests, but we are going to replace them with automated tests anyway.

    We can elaborate more if needed.

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  3. Scott McNeany
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    09 Mar 2010
    02 Jul 2010
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    I am using the Sitefinity API to get Generic Content for our 'non-Sitefinity' sites, and it is working well. However, I don't seem to be able to run my automated unit tests against the code that hits Sitefinity. I believe this is because Sitefinity must run under context of an Http Request. Is this correct?

    The error I get sort of suggests otherwise. It says 'Could not load file or assembly Telerik.Blogs'. However, since this code works just fine when the website connects to it, and fails when the automated unit tests connects to it, I feel there is something else going on.

    Let me know if you have any suggestions or if you need more information.

    Thank you,

  4. Ivan Dimitrov
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    12 Sep 2017
    02 Jul 2010
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    Hello Scott McNeany,

    There are several places where we use HostingEnvironment and IsHosted property which gets a value indicating whether the current application domain is being hosted by an ApplicationManager object. You could try getting the objects with web services and then pass them to your tests. If you use WCF services you need to enable AspNetCompatibility

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