Solved unit case done but console.writeline or debug.writeline not visible.

Posted on 2013-10-29
Last Modified: 2013-12-13

I followed this
and write a test case in and my test case is failing, so i want to debug it. Breakpoints are not getting affected. I also try to console.writeline or debug.writeline but cannot see them in my output in debug mode, in "show output from debug". What to do?

I am in VS2010.

Question by:jazzIIIlove
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Breakpoints are only hit if you say "Debug Tests", not "Run Tests".
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Great but still not hitting the breakpoint even i say debug in test session.
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say = click
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On your project properties page, within the "Build" tab, is the "Define DEBUG constant" box checked?
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