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VS 2008 requires you have VS 2008 Test Edition to see the results of a Generic Test, this wasn't sufficient with out current project as a lot of developers don't use test edition.  I put together this custom xslt transform to convert the .trx test result file to an html report anyone can view, complete with collapsable sections...

Here is a link to the latest version of the XSLT:

Here is the TrxConverter.cs file I use to Generate the html.

Rename it to .cs



posted on Tuesday, August 25, 2009 5:49 PM


# re: Custom XSLT for TRX Test Results 5/18/2012 3:09 PM KUTTU

As recommended here i have placed the paths TrxConverter.Transform(xsltFile, trxFilePathName, htmlFilePathName);

and called this function but it is not showing results except the empty html window with tabular headings.

Any thing more should perform?

# re: Custom XSLT for TRX Test Results 7/3/2012 4:03 AM Head12
I tried the above method. Its not working for me too. Its just showing empty html. Please help us to solve this.

# re: Custom XSLT for TRX Test Results 8/15/2012 7:53 AM Bob Dole
Thirded. Just empty table.

# re: Custom XSLT for TRX Test Results 8/15/2012 10:53 AM Gavin
I updated this with links to the latest version I am using in VS 2012

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