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Take Control of Code Coverage Analysis with Exclusions

24 Feb

As developers Unit Testing makes our jobs easier, we have consistent tests to validate our work, change management becomes easier, and we can prove the functionality remains the same. In collaboration with various companies, however, I find that often the tooling gets in the way of developers understanding exactly how much of their important code is covered by unit tests. Visual Studio provides unit test coverage tools for reporting, yet often the tool ends up discouraging users due to a lower than expected rate of coverage. In this post, we will investigate a few common areas that can impact your unit test coverage, and how to prevent certain items from changing the reported coverage percentage.

tags: C#, Quick Tips, ASP.NET MVC, .NET 4.6, Entity Framework

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