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NUnitRunner : How to use pass NUnit Options in the NUnitRunner task?

I have a project where I want to pass NUnit options in Bamboo's NUnitRunner task. My NUnit command line is as follows:

nunit-console.exe --params="Browser=chrome;ExecuteSomething=Yes" Solution.compiled.dll --where "cat==ParallelCategory"


How can I achieve similar thing in Bamboo?

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Hi Abhash,

Thank you for reaching out to the Atlassian Community!

Those command line options are from NUnit version 3.x, for which we don't yet have support. There is an open Feature Request for supporting NUnit 3.x arguments and parameters here:
[\[BAM\-18833\] Support New NUnit Runner Command line parameters|]

As a workaround, please add the command into a Script task, using an Inline script and your command line as you sent before; ie:

nunit-console.exe --params="Browser=chrome;ExecuteSomething=Yes" Solution.compiled.dll --where "cat==ParallelCategory"

(Edit) Please note that we'll need to specify NUnit 2 format for the test results file so that Bamboo is able to parse it. To do this, you can add the following:


Please don't hesitate to reach out if you have any other questions!


Elias | Bamboo Support

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