Interpreting SQL Server Unit Test Results
When you run a SQL Server unit test, test results are automatically produced, saved to disk, and summarized in the Test Results window. As soon as you start a test run, the Test Results window appears and displays the progress of the test run. This display includes tests that are running and tests that have completed.
To see detailed information about a test result, double-click it in the Test Results window to display the Test Results Details page. For more information about a test result, double-click it.
For more information about how to change the display of the Test Results window, see How to: Add or Remove Columns in Test Windows (Visual Studio 2010) or How to: Add or Remove Columns in Test Windows (Visual Studio 2012).
Storing Test Results
Results of unit tests are automatically stored on your hard disk in files that have the extension .trx. A .trx file is an XML file that contains the details of a test run. You can load .trx files from previous test runs to review the results from those test runs or to re-run earlier tests. For more information, see How to: Rerun a Test (Visual Studio 2010).
|You cannot run unit tests remotely.|
If your team is using a Visual Studio Team Foundation Server team project to help manage its work, you can also publish your test data to a SQL Server database known as an operational store.
For more information about how to save test results, re-use them, and share them with your team, see How to: Save and Open Test Results in Visual Studio 2010 or How to: Save and Open Test Results in Visual Studio 2012.
ConceptsRunning SQL Server Unit Tests