You use generic tests to wrap external programs and tests that were not originally developed for use in the Team System testing tools. After you have done this, the generic test is treated by the test engine as any other test type. That is, you can work with generic tests using the Team System testing tools windows. For example, you can run generic tests from the Test View window and the Test List Editor and you can obtain and publish results from generic tests as from other tests.
Describes how to instrument an assembly that is called by an application that has been wrapped into a generic test. During the test run, code-coverage data will be gathered when the generic test calls the instrumented assembly.
In this walkthrough, you create a program to wrap as a generic test. Then, you create and run the generic test. You also follow steps to pass command-line arguments and deploy files when you run the test.