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Added by Jonathan de Halleux, last edited by Graham Hay on Jun 21, 2007  (view change)

A TestSuite is a fixture populated at runtime, a dynamic fixture. A TestSuite can be filled with any number of [TestCase]s, a good example of a TestSuite application is [DataDrivenTesting] where you want to create a [TestCase] for each data entry.


To use suites, tag your class with the TestSuiteFixture attribute. Each method that creates a suite must be tagged with the [TestSuiteAttribute] and return a TestSuite. Of course, there can be multiple methods returning suites.

A TestSuite needs to be populated with implementations of ITestCase, whether you use the provided versions or create your own. If you tag a method with the [TestSuiteSetUp] attribute it will be run before your TestSuites are generated (v2.4.1+).

using System;

using MbUnit.Core.Framework;
using MbUnit.Framework;

namespace MyNamespace
    public class MyClass
        public delegate void TestDelegate(Object context);

        public void SetUp

        public TestSuite GetSuite()
            TestSuite suite = new TestSuite("Suite1");

            suite.Add( "Test1", new TestDelegate( this.Test ), "hello" );
            suite.Add( "Test2", new TestDelegate( this.AnotherTest), "another test" );

            return suite;

        public void Test( object testContext )
            Assert.AreEqual("hello", testContext);

        public void AnotherTest( object testContext )
           Assert.AreEqual("another test", testContext);
ITestCase (MbUnit)
TestSuite (MbUnit)

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