In order to integrate the NUnit Test runner, Team City requires a bit of additional configuration and the documentation is not as forthcoming as I would like. Hopefully this post will assist others who want to integrate their testing statistics into their build server's dashboard reporting.
Jet Brains indicates that they provide support for NUnit via an addin. The addin provides on-the-fly test coverage reporting integrated within Team City.
The screen to the left appears as an additional chart located within the Settings tab indicating Test Count.
The screen shot below is indicative proof that test reports are not configured correctly. The build itself however is successful. Notice that there are four tabs displayed, there should be five with a Tab named Tests.
When the NUnit test runner integration is correct the screen will appear as follows:
Click on the Tests tab and you can filter the tests by ignored, successful, failed, or all. Additionally you can view your tests by classes, suites, namespaces/packages, or all. This filtering capability is directly above the listing of tests in the screenshot below.
It is important to note that with the ensuing steps integration of the NUnit test runner is supported only from versions 2.4X and higher of NUnit.
- Locate the nunit.console.exe.config file for the version of NUnit that you will be using. In this case I chose to use NUnit 2.4.8. The path to the file is C:\Program Files\NUnit 2.4.8\bin. Add the following XML to the config file save and close the file.
- I defined a property for locating the NUnit console runner for version 2.4.8. This is optional of course I just find this a cleaner approach as I can reference this location with less noise later in the build script. Additionally its also worth noting that the version for NUnit's console runner does not have to match the version of NUnit referenced within your project's test assembly.
- Copy the dll and pdb files for the Team City Nunit AddIn to the location defined above for the nunintconsole property and place the files within the newly defined directory of addins that is created within this task. Then the tests are executed by NUnit.
The Team City test runner for NUnit will work only for version's 2.4x and higher for NUnit. If anyone has some alternative configuration that has worked for them I would love to hear them.