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Hello @shab2908 ,
I think that you might have found an answer to your problem, but just in case:
The dotnet compiler is smart enough to know that Specflow is a test framework and you can use it directly with this command:
If you have problems with it, there's the way Visual Studio offers you:
When you use Specflow with VisualStudio, you have a script file called "runtests.cmd" in your project. When you open it, you can see the commands used to compile and run your tests. If you're not sure of which command you want to use, you can directly execute this script.
In case you're lost in this script, those are the commands called in my case (I just removed the commands that check if there are errors due to a wrong configuration with the PATH):
#build the project
#go in the packages to use Specflow
#execute the tests
SpecRun.exe run --baseFolder "%~dp0\bin\Debug" --log "specrun.log" %2 %3 %4 %5
And here's the Specflow doc to use the test in cmd line:
Hope it helps,