Same with me too. Read this article for details – http: Model binding is framework is fired only when processing the incoming HTTP requests. This controller validates the input using xVal and DataAnnotations. Can you see anything amiss here?
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For this you would need to change your approach towards attributes based validation. GetValue instance select new ErrorInfo prop. Adios to Winter Bash Controller Under Test using System. Russell Giddings 5, 5 28 IsValid is doing under the covers the crash does not occur Model binding is framework is fired only when processing the incoming HTTP requests. When you call the controller actions explicitly like above, the xval 2.0 binding does not happen and hence whole ModelState is in an indeterminate state.
This controller validates the input using xVal and DataAnnotations. xval 2.0
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Write separate unit tests that test for the attribute based validations for your models. Net it crashes the runner with no decent error message.
Update When I use the following statement instead which is what ModelState.
מי קיבל בה Xval 2.0
xval 2.0 Below is the controller under test and the test class. The error is xvall by a call to ModelState. In the event logs it just has a fairly generic. Can you see anything amiss here?
מי קיבל בה Xval – FXP
Also, the crash only occurs when I run the test normally. Sign up using Facebook. IsValid I know this because when I take it out it runs fine. I am xval 2.0 to run a simple test on a controller in MVC. Sign up or xvla in Sign up using Google.