We have seen different types of testing and have run tests in Visual Studio 2010 IDE. It is very simple to run the test with the Visual Studio user interface using the Test List Editor or Test View Window as we have seen in previous chapters. To create or prepare a test project, we need Visual Studio IDE, but once the test is created and ready for execution, we can run the test using Visual Studio IDE or also by using the command line utility.
This chapter explains the command line tool used to run the test with different options and collect the output. This chapter explains the details and usage of the features listed as follows: