Posts Tagged ‘testing’


 

Testing Pester Code Coverage

Friday, June 24th, 2016 by June Blender
Applies to: PowerShell 5.0.10586.122, 5.1.14367, Pester 3.4.0 I'm one of those people who thinks a score of 99% is failing, so I love to see those 100% scores when I use the CodeCoverage parameter of Invoke-Pester. But, while assembling my Pester presentations for DevOps Global Summit 2016 and PowerShell Conference Europe 2016, I realized the 100% code coverage score means that 100% of my code (every line) ran during the test. It doesn't mean that 100% of my code is tested. Code coverage reports are really valuable, but you need to understand what they test and how to use them.…   More »

How to Pass Parameters to a Pester Test Script

Friday, June 17th, 2016 by June Blender
Applies to Pester 3.4.0 Like any Windows PowerShell script, a script that contains Pester tests can include parameters. It's easy enough to run the script and pass parameters and values in the usual way. But, when you use Invoke-Pester to run the script, you need to pass the parameters in a hash table. This blog explains how to do it. This post is the third in a series about how to run Pester tests. See also, How to Run Pester Tests and Invoke-Pester: Run Selected Tests. See the posts in this Pester series: How to Run a Pester Test Invoke-Pester:…   More »

How to Run a Pester Test

Monday, June 13th, 2016 by June Blender
Applies to: Pester 3.4.0 When you crack open the Pester module, you find the New-Fixture function, which creates a script and test file pair, and the Invoke-Pester function, which runs Pester tests. But New-Fixture is not the only way to create a Pester test and Invoke-Pester is not the only way to run a test. In this blog post, we'll discuss the different ways to run a Pester test, including, but not limited to, the Invoke-Pester function. In the next post, I'll rave about the cool parameters of Invoke-Pester. See the posts in this Pester series: How to Run a…   More »

PrimalForms 2011 Beta Testers needed!

Tuesday, February 15th, 2011 by Ferdinand Rios
SAPIEN is about to begin the beta test phase for new versions of of its products. We are looking for SERIOUS testers who can commit to really working the products to their max and taking the time to report and follow up on issues that are discovered. We have a few AWESOME releases coming, but we need your help to finish them off. First up is PrimalForms 2011! This Beta invitation is for our existing customers only. Therefore, if you are a registered user with a valid license key and you are interested in Beta Testing PrimalForms 2011, please let…   More »