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Unexpected test result for datastore tests ran with nosegae


Unexpected test result for datastore tests ran with nosegae

By : AABBCC_CCBBAA
Date : November 19 2020, 03:59 PM
wish help you to fix your issue Your problem is you are using a query to test for duplicates and that isn't guaranteed to work due to eventual consistency. You will note that the tests in the document you referred to all use ancestor queries which do guarantee consistency.
My take is this, it is expected and correct behavior (the AssertionError: DuplicateEntity not raised error) and highlights a problem with you model/approach.
code :


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Nosegae Unit Tests with gae-session on a Python Google App Engine Project

Nosegae Unit Tests with gae-session on a Python Google App Engine Project


By : user2852076
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will be helpful for those in need I can't get gae-sessions to work when I use unit tests. I'm not sure if it's a cookie issue or an internal gae-sessions issue (it uses memcache/the datastore for persistance). It works fine on the actual app when accessed through a browser. , I think you'll have to manually save the session in this test.
code :
   if not 'message' in s:
        self.response.out.write('No session value')
        s['message'] = 'This value is stored in a session'
        s.save()
NUnit 2.6.3 - Tests not executing with message Test adapter sent back a result for an unknown test case

NUnit 2.6.3 - Tests not executing with message Test adapter sent back a result for an unknown test case


By : daimao
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope that helps I was able to reproduce this behavior. This seems to be a bug within the NUnit framework and/or the Test Adapter.
My guess is, that the random values are drawn once before the tests are run (to display them) and once when run. The random values drawn will probably not match and so the test results may not be assigned, leading to the mentioned error message.
code :
[Test]
[TestCase(15)]
[TestCase(38)]
[TestCase(2)]
[TestCase(72)]
[TestCase(69)]
public void RandomTest(int value)
{
    Assert.IsTrue(true);
}
How do I write mocha tests where one tests depends on the result for the next test?

How do I write mocha tests where one tests depends on the result for the next test?


By : Dale Branch
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Does that help Generally speaking, making tests with side effects is a brittle practice. Do this often enough, you'll start to encounter some very difficult-to-debug errors where your test suite fails even though every test runs in isolation, and the error messages won't be any help. Ideally every test should "leave the campground" in the same state that it found it.
If you're really insistent on doing this, you could of course set a global variable. Some other options include:
Unexpected Result from Parser Test

Unexpected Result from Parser Test


By : user2261025
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix this issue In the following parser: ,
Why is [it] printing out conj as the last printout?
code :
object Foo2 extends JavaTokenParsers { 

  def word(x: String) = s"\\b$x\\b".r

  def expr  = (foo ~ (conjGuard ~> rep(conj ~ noun))) | foo

  def noun      = log(word("noun"))("noun")
  def conj      = log(word("and"))("conj")
  def conjGuard = log(guard(conj) | f)("conjGuard")
  def f         = log((" *".r) ~ failure("bad conj!"))("failure")

  def foo = log(word("foo"))("foo")
}
scala> Foo2.parseAll(Foo2.expr, "foo and noun")
trying foo at scala.util.parsing.input.CharSequenceReader@764688bd
foo --> [1.4] parsed: foo
trying conjGuard at scala.util.parsing.input.CharSequenceReader@765c6526
trying conj at scala.util.parsing.input.CharSequenceReader@765c6526
conj --> [1.8] parsed: and
conjGuard --> [1.4] parsed: and
trying conj at scala.util.parsing.input.CharSequenceReader@765c6526
conj --> [1.8] parsed: and
trying noun at scala.util.parsing.input.CharSequenceReader@3a5c9b85
noun --> [1.13] parsed: noun
trying conj at scala.util.parsing.input.CharSequenceReader@222acbad
conj --> [1.13] failure: string matching regex `\band\b' expected but end of source found

foo and noun
            ^
res1: Foo2.ParseResult[java.io.Serializable] = [1.13] parsed: (foo~List((and~noun)))
Can't run UWP unit tests: Test adapter sent back a result for an unknown test case. Ignoring result

Can't run UWP unit tests: Test adapter sent back a result for an unknown test case. Ignoring result


By : Love Hurtz
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps . I figured out my issue. It turns out I had at one point removed the following, critical attribute from the unit test project's AssemblyInfo file:
code :
[assembly: AssemblyMetadata("TargetPlatform", "UAP")]
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