Unit Testing Multithreaded methods.

Posted by: Corporate Coder, on 08 Aug 2007 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

[tags: ASP.NET, Test Driven Development, TDD, C#, VB.NET, Unit Testing]On my latest project, our team encountered an issue where we had to use Threading for our business objects.  So we enabled threading on our object.  But our Unit Tests encountered problems when running with threading enabled.  I had some issues with getting my unit tests to pass.  After searching the web I couldn't find instructions on exactly how to do this, so...

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