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C++11: Difference between Test* test = new Test; and Test* test = new Test();


C++11: Difference between Test* test = new Test; and Test* test = new Test();

By : David
Date : November 18 2020, 01:01 AM
help you fix your problem C++11 has zero-initialization, default-initialization, value-initialization (8.5/5, /6 and /7, correspondingly), copy-initialization (8.5/14), direct-initialization (8.5/15) and list-initialization (8.5.4).
With respect to new in particular:
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What's the difference between db:test:clone, db:test:clone_structure, db:test:load, and db:test:prepare?

What's the difference between db:test:clone, db:test:clone_structure, db:test:load, and db:test:prepare?


By : user21506
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish of those help Very good question. Had me stumped so I dove into the rails source and pulled up database.rake. Now it's more clear:
code :
task :clone => %w(db:schema:dump db:test:load)
task :clone_structure => [ 'db:structure:dump', 'db:test:purge' ] do
  # skipped some code, here's what happens for MySQL:
  ActiveRecord::Base.establish_connection(:test)
  # ...
  IO.readlines("#{Rails.root}/db/#{Rails.env}_structure.sql").join.split("\n\n").each do |table|
    ActiveRecord::Base.connection.execute(table)
  end
end
task :load => 'db:test:purge' do
  ActiveRecord::Base.establish_connection(ActiveRecord::Base.configurations['test'])
  # ...
  db_namespace['schema:load'].invoke
end
task :prepare => 'db:abort_if_pending_migrations' do
  # ...
  db_namespace[{ :sql  => 'test:clone_structure', :ruby => 'test:load' }[ActiveRecord::Base.schema_format]].invoke
end
Open specific Test Plan, Test Case and Test Result in Microsoft Test Manager

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By : liv_curious
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix this issue If you invoke any Browser (I tried with Firefox & IE) something like this:
code :
mtm://tfsName:8080/tfs/CollectionName/p:TeamProjectName/testing//testplan/open?id=123
mtm://tfsName:8080/tfs/CollectionName/p:TeamProjectName/testing//testcase/open?id=123
mtm://tfsName:8080/tfs/CollectionName/p:TeamProjectName/testing//testrun/open?id=123
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By : Ankur Shukla
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope that helps Since i could find no information what so ever and no clue's how to get it done i wrote my own parsers of the Selenium HTML testresult files. I have released it on github with sourcecode under GPL: https://github.com/crunchie84/play-seleniumresults-parser
How to rerun failed test cases in the same test run(test run was launched by TFS2015 vNext Run Functional Test task)

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By : whizzkid
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
This might help you I was able to collect failed test cases from all the test runs that related to a build/release through TFS Rest API, then I could pass in the failed test case name to test case filter in the "Run Functional Test" tasks to rerun those tests in remote Test PCs in the specified Machine Group. I did not find a way to launch test runs against specified machine group through Rest API.
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By : xqhrs232
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this helpful for you Without complete code, not sure which part is the root cause, but it maybe related to if (result != null), conditional statements effect the result.
Please try to use below code sample to handle this.
code :
publicstaticvoidUpdateResult()
        {

            TfsTeamProjectCollectiontfs = newTfsTeamProjectCollection(TfsTeamProjectCollection.GetFullyQualifiedUriForName(server));
            ITestManagementServicetms = tfs.GetService<ITestManagementService>();
            ITestManagementTeamProjectproj = tms.GetTeamProject(project);
            ITestPlanPlan = proj.TestPlans.Find(1);
IStaticTestSuitesuite = Plan.RootSuite.SubSuites.Where(s => s.Id == 1339).First() asIStaticTestSuite;
            ITestCasetestcase = null;
            testcase = suite.Entries.Where(e => e.Title == "login").First().TestCase;
            ITestRuntestRun = project.TestRuns.Create();
            testRun = Plan.CreateTestRun(false); 

            ITestPointCollectionpoints = Plan.QueryTestPoints("SELECT * FROM TestPoint WHERE TestCaseId ="+ testcase.Id);
            foreach(ITestPointp inpoints)
            {

                testRun.AddTestPoint(p, Plan.Owner);// null);
                //testRun.AddTestPoint(p, null);

            }
            testRun.State = TestRunState.Completed;
            testRun.Save();

            ITestCaseResultCollectionresults = testRun.QueryResults();
            ITestIterationResultiterationResult;
            foreach(ITestCaseResultresult inresults)
            {
                iterationResult = result.CreateIteration(1);
                foreach(ITestSteptestStep inresult.GetTestCase().Actions)
                {
                    ITestStepResultstepResult = iterationResult.CreateStepResult(testStep.Id);
                    stepResult.Outcome = TestOutcome.Passed;                        
                    iterationResult.Actions.Add(stepResult);

                }
                iterationResult.Outcome = TestOutcome.Passed;
                result.Iterations.Add(iterationResult);
                result.Outcome = TestOutcome.Passed;
                result.State = TestResultState.Completed;
                result.Save(true);

            }
            testRun.Save();
            testRun.Refresh();

        }
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